Kenneth Moton marks 5 years of legalized gay marriage with his spouse
Kenneth Moton commemorates the legalization of same-sex marriage with his husband, five years after it was approved, and is over the moon post-marriage.
Kenneth Moton, the famous reporter from ABC News, has always been vocal about his sexuality, more so about the significance of same-sex marriage. Naturally, he was on cloud nine when same-sex marriage was legalized in the US back in 2015.
5 Years Of Legalizing Gay Marriage
He celebrated the fifth anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's monumental decision that legalized gay marriage and marked it with the ABC family in June 2020.
Back in 2015, in a long-coveted triumph for the gay rights movement, the supreme court ruled by a 5-to-4 vote, thus guaranteeing a right to same-sex marriage. The decision was a result of long-withstanding activism and was embraced by Americans with open arms. Among the many people who had publicly celebrated the judgment, Moton was seen lauding it on social media.
The celebrated reporter not only showed his happiness at the time on social media but also attended one of the first marriages of a lesbian couple in New Jersey, further commemorating the occasion.
From attending the first same-sex marriage to getting married to his partner in 2020, he has come a long way.
He Got Married To His Boyfriend In 2020
Moton and his boyfriend, Brandon Jones, decided to get married at the beginning of 2020 and honored the legalization decision in their own way.
The famous reporter admitted that his pre-pandemic wedding helped him keep moving forward and put things in perspective. Jones is the director of Health Center Operations & HR Training at the National Association of Community Health Centers.
Moreover, Kenneth posted a picture with his husband from his wedding day as well as a video of their reception party on social media, both of which garnered many compliments from fans and colleagues.
The happy couple is very much in love, as can be seen in Moton's social media posts. Although Jones' social media account is private, his spouse's Instagram posts have more than enough love for both of them. For instance, he posted about celebrating one month of marriage with his husband.
The newlyweds may start a family of their own soon as Moton loves children and wants to fulfill his & his mother's dream.
A Look At His Career
Moton is currently the co-anchor of ABC World News Now and America This Morning at ABC News. Earlier, he was a general assignment reporter at Philadelphia Station WPVI. He covered important stories such as Superstorm Sandy, the Amtrak train derailment, and the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, among many others.
He has also previously worked at WFTV as a general assignment reporter, where he covered breaking news stories in Florida for four years.
Furthermore, he has missed no opportunity to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage in the US. Over the years, he has attended same-sex weddings and finally decided to get hitched with his long-term boyfriend in 2020.