This Is How Dance Music Responded To The Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

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In a historic move today, the Supreme Court finally ruled in favor of same-sex marriage nationwide. It was a big move for the entire LBGT community, and of course a big step for dance music, a culture built on this foundation. Our Facebook feed was covered with artists, venues, promoters, labels, and more showing off their own way to support the ruling.

Read: A Relevant History Lesson On Sexuality In Club Culture 

We wanted to take the time to put together some of those pages that were taking a stand. This was only a small portion of the ones we saw, but gives you an idea of the widespread mixture of pages in the dance community that took it upon themselves to post about this historic day.

1. Ghostly International

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2. Anjunabeats

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3. Sound Nightclub

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4. Eliot Lipp

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5. Steve Aoki 

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6. 3Teeth

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7. Fort Knox Recordings

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8. Burning Man

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9. Boiler Room

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10. Dubfire

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11. LED

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12. Tommie Sunshine

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13. Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

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14. A-Trak

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15. Moby

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16. Tiesto

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17. The Fonda Theatre

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18. Dani Deahl (With Bacon)

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19. Goldenvoice

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20. Decibel Festival

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