Robert Wardlow, left, and Michael Todd after they received their marriage license in the Fayette County Clerk’s office on June 26, 2015. They were married the next day at the Lexington Pride Festival.
Robert Wardlow, left, and Michael Todd after they received their marriage license in the Fayette County Clerk’s office on June 26, 2015. They were married the next day at the Lexington Pride Festival. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Robert Wardlow, left, and Michael Todd after they received their marriage license in the Fayette County Clerk’s office on June 26, 2015. They were married the next day at the Lexington Pride Festival. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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