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How did gay marriage happen in Massachusetts first? - The Boston Globe
Lifelong partnerships between women existed long before the legalization of gay marriage. Susan K. Freeman continues her exploration of the spaces they found—in their words, their societies and their homes—for same-sex intimacy. Download Transcript. Return to Episode Listing.
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In , Henry Wadsworth Longfellow published the novella Kavanagh. Though hardly his most remembered work, it is notable for one very important reason: The story depicts one of the first lesbian relationships in American fiction. Much like the male romantic friendships of the era , female romantic friendships were actively encouraged- perhaps even more so- mainly due to the misguided Victorian belief that women lacked intimate sexual desire. Girls were encouraged to kiss, hold hands, share beds, and be openly affectionate, as it was considered good training for marriage. She shared a warm, if platonic, life-long relationship with her best friend, Emmeline Austin.