June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate and honor the LGBTQ community. LGBTQ couples oftentimes overcome boundaries set by family, the law and society for the ones they love. CBS News asked LGBTQ couples and allies to share their stories of love and acceptance.
Couple fights for same-sex marriage in India
When Vaibhav Jain moved to Washington, D.C., from India, he went to his first Pride parade – and his life changed forever. He met his future husband, and now the two arein India.
Couple proves it's never too late to say "I do"
After 50 years of showing love and experiencing life together, Lillian Anderson and Marion Cardoza decided to finally tie the knot — showing that it's never too late to say, "I do."
Two basketball coaches fall in love
Erica Ferguson and Dr. Julie Shaw are two women's basketball coaches who fell in love with the game – and then with each other. The couple shared their story of acceptance, building businesses and their inspiring wedding photos.
Utah couple finds greatest love after welcoming triplets
Growing up gay and Mormon, Sean and Jake Taylor-Baumann didn't know what the future held for them. But after meeting each other, the two realized they could have it all – and even more.
Married couple shares story of acceptance
Before they got married, Marianne Oakes came out as transgender to her high school sweetheart, Vicki. After nearly 40 years, the couple is still in love – and they want others to know that love is possible for them, too.
Dvash-Banks family's fight for justice
After meeting in college, Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks had dreams of getting married and starting a family, but many obstacles were in their way. After a lengthy legal battle, the couple has the unified family they always dreamed of – and they made history while fighting for it.