Some Gay Marriages Legal in Texas

Their love story started with fuschia fingernail polish and black leather.

Therese Bur got her first glimpse of Sabrina Hill — a tall, dark-haired woman decked out in leather gear and flashing those nails — at about 2 a.m. at an Arizona gas station. She was intrigued. One date later, their future was sealed.

That was 17 years ago. “Sabrina was the first person who just listened to who I was and accepted me for who I was,” Bur says. “As strange as we are, that’s important.”

The two women are hardly the typical Texas married couple, yet their union ...

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