The purpose of Louisiana Loves is to highlight real LGBTQ Louisianians who have been denied the freedom to marry the person they love. The campaign will feature 50 selected Louisiana LGBTQ couples through photo shoots, video interviews and a commemorative book to celebrate the day on which marriage equality is achieved in Louisiana.
We are looking for couples from all around the state and from diverse backgrounds and experiences to be a part of this project. The photo shoot will take place in Baton Rouge on March 22, and more details will be announced in the coming weeks.
If you and your partner are interested in being one of the 50 couples in the Louisiana Loves campaign, all you have to do is fill out the interest form!
Please share this link with any of your friends and family who might also be interested. The last day to submit interest forms is March 1, so don’t wait.
Marriage is about committed couples who want to make a lifelong promise to take care of and be responsible for each other. That’s what Louisiana Loves aims to show.
For more information, check out NBC 33’s interview about Louisiana Loves with CCA President Kayla Mulford and Equality Louisiana’s Matthew Patterson.