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Twenty years into their relationship, Charlie Snipes and his partner, Michael G. Ankerich, decided to tie the knot. They couldn't marry in their home state of Georgia. So, they flew to New York for the nuptials. The couple arrived in Brooklyn a few days early to get the marriage license. Then, on Dec. 10, 2011, they stood before an Episcopal priest at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity, dressed in black tuxedos and surrounded by 25 wedding guests.

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