Enter To Win Instinct’s Favorite Couple Contest


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Newly engaged or newly wed? If so, we're looking for you! No matter your age or where you live, we want you to enter Instinct's Favorite Couple Contest to help us show the world what marriage equality looks like! It's simple—submit your name, a few details about your relationship (whatever you think is relevant and will help you win) along with a photo or two of you and your partner to couples@instinctmag.com, and you both could win a little (big!) somethin'-somethin' from the Instinct team—not to mention an exclusive interview with instinctmagazine.com We'll then chose the top 10 contestants for a week's-long worth of voting before chosing our favorite couple. But make sure you hurry! Entries will only be accepted until April 18 at 11:59 p.m. PST—and you won't want to miss this!


Want the 4-1-1 on all things relationships, marriage and weddings this spring? Check out instinctmagazine.com/marriage for more and check out the Marriage & Equality (April/May) issue of Instinct—out now! Instinct is available at Barnes & Noble, at iTunes for the iPad and iPhone or through our subscription services at (888) 45-INSTINCT or through our online store here.

1 thought on “Enter To Win Instinct’s Favorite Couple Contest”

  1. Our names are Bill and Terry.

    • Our names are Bill and Terry. We've been together 26 years. We currently live in Pennsylvania, the only state in the north east where same sex marriage is not legal nor recognized. Bill and I are engaged and to be married in Delaware 8-8-14. Bill's family is extremely supportive and anticipate the wedding with excitement. My family are right wing conservative southern Christians who don't support our relationship, even after 26 years.  Our wedding will have a "traditional" non-religious look to it but clearly not traditional since we are both men. Our dream is the description of traditional will someday not be reserved for opposite sex weddings but same sex weddings would be common place.

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