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Northampton residents Lise Glading-DiLorenzo, 42, (left) and Jo Glading-DiLorenzo, 38, have been together for 20 years and have two daughters, Lily and Sophie, both 7.
Northampton residents Lise Glading-DiLorenzo, 42, (left) and Jo Glading-DiLorenzo, 38, have been together for 20 years and have two daughters, Lily and Sophie, both 7. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene) Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene

Survey finds women in majority

By Scott S. Greenberger, Globe Staff and Bill Dedman, Globe Correspondent
May 18, 2004

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Two-thirds of the gays who applied for marriage licenses yesterday were women, half of the couples had been together for at least a decade, and an enormous majority were Massachusetts residents, a Globe survey of 752 couples in 11 cities and towns found. (Full Article: 958 Words)

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