The push for marriage is about proving that gay people are as—or sometimes even more—capable of monogamy as their heterosexual counterparts.But though setting yourself up as a model minority may be an important way to argue for legal rights, real equality means the right to make mistakes and bad decisions—and to work your way out of them.That assumption is the basis for , a new Web television series that premieres tomorrow.The show follows the adventure of two out gay men—Cheeks, an actor, and Brady, a professional baseball player—who after dating for six weeks, get drunkenly hitched in Vegas.The events kick off with a virus having infiltrated the system.Over the last decade, the conversation about equal marriage rights for gay couples has largely centered around responsibility.
He then meets Nick (Casper Andreas), a guy from the gym who works as a director and photographer.
They decide to stay together, for the cause of marriage equality, and for each other.
While gay couples are increasingly common on television, from the sweet pairing of Kurt and Blaine on , which premiered this summer.
Nick helps Adam land a job with Jet Set Productions, a company that produces gay pornography.
He is offered extra money to appear in the company's videos, but insists that he only wants to work behind the camera.