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Proposition Love Jewelry Releases Sensual “Heart On” Video

LOVE IS LOVE
With Valentine’s Day and The Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling in mind, Proposition Love Jewelry released a sensual video featuring men getting their “Heart On” for each other and exchanging various symbols of love and commitment via an assortment of rings, pendants and other jewelry.

Proposition Love Jewelry’s Love is Love collection incorporates the iconic triangle, a symbol of the gay rights movement. The rings range from sterling silver to 14 karat, or 18 karat white, yellow or rose gold with additional styles encrusted with dazzling diamonds.

The video is directed by Brad Hammer and features models Noah Wright, Robbie Carroll, Constantine Rousouli and Murray Swanby, as well as newlyweds Dominic and Magno Salva,

Proposition Love Jewelry is gay owned. Ten percent of the profits go to organizations that support Marriage Equality, Gay Rights, LGBT Youth, Anti Bullying, and HIV / AIDS activism.

To get your big “Heart On” for the one you love, visit propositionlove.com.

 

 

PerezHilton.com You Can Win A Proposition Love Pendant!

You Can Win A Proposition Love Pendant!

2/10/2015 7:35 PM ET | Filed under: Gay Gay Gay • Jewelry
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Valentine’s Day is just a few days away, and you can win a beautiful pendant from Proposition Love for your loved one!
The pendant is made from sterling silver. The “o” and “v” in “love” have been substituted with triangles as an ongoing symbol of the gay rights movement.
The company’s founders — married couple Sam Street and Jonathan Tack — have championed the marriage equality movement by creating a fine jewelry line including enGAYgement rings, wedding bands and gay pride jewelry. Thus, Proposition Love was born. The triangle motif is a signature in their pieces, and Proposition Love Jewelry donates 10% of all their profits to a host of LGBT charities. Click here to view their entire collection.
Check out their sexy new video below and “Get Your Heart On!”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTIIFk4AfjA

Everyone deserves love, and everyone deserves a chance to win!

Simply leave a comment below (100 words or less) on what LOVE means to YOU this Valentine’s Day.
Two winners will be drawn at random and notified by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, February 16. Your pendant will be manufacture and shipped within 10 days.

Bloomberg Business Proposition Love Jewelry “Gets Your Heart On” with a Sexy New Video in Advance of the Supreme Court’s Marriage Equality Ruling

Proposition Love Jewelry “Gets Your Heart On” with a Sexy New Video in Advance of the Supreme Court’s Marriage Equality Ruling

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 6, 2015– Proposition Love Jewelry, a gay owned and operated fine jewelry company, invites lovers everywhere to “Get Your Heart On” with a stylish and sexy video featuring men who definitely know how to “put a ring on it,” as a symbol of their love and commitment.

Proposition Love Jewelry, a gay owned and operated fine jewelry company, invites lovers everywhere t ... Proposition Love Jewelry, a gay owned and operated fine jewelry company, invites lovers everywhere to “Get Your Heart On” with a stylish and sexy video featuring men who definitely know how to “put a ring on it,” as a symbol their love and commitment. (Photo: Business Wire)

The company’s provocative new video is turning heads everywhere. The LOVE IS LOVE collection is set to the romantic ballad “Tell Them” by Adrian Jones @adrianjonesin. It features a stunning assortment of rings, pendants and other jewelry, which incorporates the iconic triangle, a symbol of the gay rights movement. The rings range from sterling silver to 14 karat or 18 karat white, yellow or rose gold with additional styles encrusted with dazzling diamonds.

VIDEO LINK: http://youtu.be/uTIIFk4AfjA

Proposition Love Jewelry proudly donates 10% of profits to organizations that support Marriage Equality, Gay Rights, LGBT Youth, Anti Bullying, and HIV / AIDS activism.

“Proposition Love Jewelry is the perfect way to show your devotion to the person you love and nothing does this better than an enGAYgement™ or wedding ring,” said Jonathan Tack, co-founder of Proposition Love Jewelry.

Tack’s husband and Proposition Love co-founder Sam Street comments, “Marriage equality is our LGBT community’s civil rights movement and hopefully by June of this year the United States Supreme Court will finally put the marriage equality issue to rest and decree liberty and justice for all.” Adding, “Since 37 states have already ruled that ”˜love is love,’ it deserves equal protection under the law.”

The video, directed by Brad Hammer includes models Noah Wright @noahwright88; Robbie Carroll @robbiecarroll; Constantine Rousouli and Murray Swanby @murrayswanbyla, as well as newlyweds Dominic and Magno Salva @pierson_music and @magnosalva66.

The entire Proposition Love Jewelry collection may be purchased online. Select styles are available at Macy’s through www.macys.com. Through the end of March, order directly through www.propositionlove.com using promo code: LoveIsLove for 25 percent off and free shipping.

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Alabama heading for ‘constitutional crisis’ over marriage equality

MSNBC – Alabama heading for ‘constitutional crisis’ over marriage equality
02/06/15 07:24 PM
By Emma Margolin
With still no word from the U.S. Supreme Court over whether marriage equality can go forward in Alabama next week, most probate judges in the state are prepared to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples beginning on Monday. Some, however, are planning to ignore a federal ruling that struck down the Deep South state’s ban.

Of the 26 probate judges msnbc was able to contact Friday, 18 said they were planning on issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples next week. But Liberty Counsel, an anti-marriage equality litigation and policy organization, said it was already representing five Alabama judges who would not be issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on Monday, and that more judges could soon be seeking the group’s representation.

“The federal decision is not binding on these magistrates,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, told msnbc. “Their directive has to come from the Alabama state court.”

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Probate Judge Nick Williams of Washington County is one of the magistrates who won’t be issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples beginning next week, but Staver would not name the other four judges his organization was currently representing. Two other probate judges – Wes Allen of Pike County, and Valerie Davis of Clarke County – said they would no longer grant marriage licenses to any couple, gay or straight, based off their religious objections to same-sex marriage.

“I do not think I am required to compromise my religious beliefs to be Probate Judge,” Davis said in a statement. “Alabama law does not mandate me to issue marriage licenses to anyone of any gender.”

The confusion over who is eligible to marry in Alabama stems from the state’s top judicial official, Chief Justice Roy Moore, who sent a memo earlier this week that instructed the probate judges to continue acting in accordance with Alabama’s ban on same-sex nuptials. That ban was struck down by U.S. District Judge Callie V. S. Granade, a President George W. Bush appointee, last month, but she stayed the effect of her ruling until Feb. 9. On Tuesday, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to extend that hold.

AL.COMMoore, however, was not willing to accept marriage equality’s imminent arrival in Alabama.

“[T]he rulings in the marriage cases do not require you to issue marriage licenses that are illegal under Alabama law,” Moore wrote in a memo Tuesday. Judges who issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, he added, “would in my view be acting in violation of their oaths to uphold the Alabama Constitution.”

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A similar argument came up in the days prior to marriage equality’s legalization in Florida last year. After U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle struck down the Sunshine State’s ban on same-sex marriage, a private law firm that represents the state association of Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers sent out a memo saying that only one clerk – the defendant named in the federal lawsuit that led to the ban’s demise – was required to grant a same-sex couple their marriage license. Judge Hinkle later issued another order stating that clerks who did not comply with his earlier ruling would be in violation of the Constitution and likely face expensive legal action.

Alabama’s Republican attorney general has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt same-sex marriages from going forward in the state while the appeals process plays out. But time is quickly running out for the justices to act. If the high court denies the attorney general’s request, said Carl Tobias, a law professor at the University of Richmond, and probate judges hold fast to their refusal to grant same-sex couples their marriage licenses, it could set up a “constitutional crisis.”

Valerie Nelson and Cristian Santana contributed to this report.