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Our wedding was about much, much more than a certificate and a platinum band. It was about two people and two families coming together to celebrate as one. For most of my life as a gay man, I thought I would never have the opportunity to get married, and so I wrote the whole wedding thing off as some silly ritual. Yet given the window of opportunity in 2008 to say “I do,” I did—with the enthusiasm of the fiercest Bridezilla.
Newsweek & The Daily Beast editor David Jefferson writes on his four gay marriages—and the significance of his one wedding, a human rite of passage.

Dressed in her wedding gown, a college student identified only as Miss Li climbed out on the window ledge of the building in Changchun city in northeast China. 

[via; today.]

Dressed in her wedding gown, a college student identified only as Miss Li climbed out on the window ledge of the building in Changchun city in northeast China. 

[viatoday.]

equalitymyth:

So while we’re on the anti-wedding kick, have you all seen the vomit-inducing New York Times “Vows” videos on YouTube? (“They met planting daffodils in Central Park… he proposed with a 900-carat ring because this whole section is so elitist we just threw up a little…”) Anyway: our friends put together this parody. Love!