Kathy Wolfe, Founder of Lesbian Film Company Wolfe Video, Gets Hitched in San Francisco

The founder of Wolfe Video married her partner of 21 years in San Francisco last week.
By: Sunnivie Brydum
August 30 2013 2:39 PM

After a lifetime standing up for lesbian and queer visibility on TV, film, and in business, and a recent fundraising campaign supporting the push for marriage equality nationwide, the founder and owner of lesbian-centric distribution studio Wolfe Video took personal advantage of the rights she's been fighting for for decades. 

Kathy Wolfe (pictured at right), founder and owner of Wolfe Video, and Barbara Verhage married at San Francisco City Hall on Friday, August 23. Wolfe and Verhage have been together for 21 years, according to a press release announcing the ceremony. 

This summer, Wolfe herself spearheaded a crowdfunding campaign to support the national organization, Freedom To Marry. Wolfe gathered rewards from LGBT-owned companies, including her own Wolfe Video, OneGoodLove.com, Sweet and Lesbian.com, and raised more than $3,000 for the national marriage equality organization.

Check out the lovely photo of the happy couple celebrating their newly minted marriage with friends outside San Francisco's City Hall. 

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