Photo of the Day: Heart-Shaped Cloud Appears Above Wedding

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No this isn't photoshopped, just a perfect day for a wedding.

A couple in Idaho was fortunate enough to have this heart-shaped cloud formation as the backdrop during their ceremony. And just in time too, as it reportedly rained during the reception.

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Facebook Trend of the Day: Human Rights Campaign's Logo Goes Viral on Facebook

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In preparation for the U.S. Supreme Court's hearing on same-sex marriage that began today in Washington D.C., the country's largest LGBT equality-rights advocacy group Human Rights Campaign has launched a "change your Facebook profile" event to rally up online support and so far, it's been doing really well. You can also check out the group's official petition.

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day

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A Jackson, Mississippi couple was forced into a change of venue for their recent nuptials after members of their predominantly white church objected to the ceremony of the black bride and groom. Pastor Stan Weatherford of First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs suggested the relocation after a small group of dissenters -- estimated around five or six -- made their opinions known about Charles and Te'Andrea Wilson's celebration:

I didn't want to have a controversy within the church, and I didn't want a controversy to affect the wedding of Charles and Te'Andrea. I wanted to make sure their wedding day was a special day.

Weatherford performed the ceremony at another church, but the situation isn't sitting well with other members of the congregation, who say they were completely unaware of the situation. Member Casey Kitchens shared her thoughts:

This is a small, small group of people who made a terrible decision. I'm just ashamed right now that my church would do that. I can't fathom why. How unfair. How unjust. It's just wrong.