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07/02/2012

Facebook stick figures catch up with wedded reality

by Jeremy Hooper

Good news, married gays: Facebook no longer forces us to use male/female iconography to digitally mark our milestones:


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FACEBOOK ADDS NEW TIMELINE ICONS FOR MARRIED SAME-SEX COUPLES [GLAAD]

One small step for graphic design, one giant leap for man/man (and woman/woman) kind!

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**UPDATE: A lot of sites have used me and Andrew as the poster boys for this. MSNBC, The Atlantic, Gizmodo, to name just a few.

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