According to a Wednesday Huffington Post story, the couple were married last summer in a Michigan ceremony, because having family and friends in attendance was more important that being married in a state that allows gay marriage. Still, they believe, a legal marriage is important.
"It's more than just the piece of paper, because for us, we [consider ourselves] married, but there are a lot of things that we don't get the benefit of having," Wojcik told HuffPo.
She also extended a dinner invitation to Michigan's attorney general Bill Schuette, who will argue to keep the state ban.
"I would hope he understands there is a human element to this, it's not all policy," Wojcik said.