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Meet Tim and Tony - Plaintiffs in a Virginia Marriage Equality Case

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Published on Sep 30, 2013

Timothy Bostic and Tony London are plaintiffs in Bostic v. Raimey, a federal court challenge in Virginia for marriage equality. They have been a couple for nearly 25 years and have lived in Virginia since 1991. Tim is an assistant professor of English at Old Dominion University (ODU). Prior to his work at ODU, he taught high school English for six years in Norfolk. Tony served in the United States Navy and has been a real estate agent in Virginia for 16 years.

On July 1, 2013, Bostic and London applied for a marriage license from the Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk. Their request was denied because they are a same-sex couple.

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