Massachusetts is currently the only state that allows gay people to marry. If you get married in Massachsuetts, there is no assurance that any other state has to recognize your marriage, whether for the purpose of divorcing, offering benefits or otherwise. However, if you were both born of the opposite sex/gender than the other, it is possible that you can get married in Nebraska if you haven't changed your birth certificate. This would not be a gay marriage but presumed to be a heterosexual...