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KEEPING MOVING FORWARD!!!
Last edited by Minnie_Mouse007; 04-08-2007 at 09:17 PM.
~ElyseGO KNIGHTS!I'm a baby Knight! UCF '13
Just a note but I dont think anyone gets married in the parks? So if they are married in the wedding pavillion, and unless you are a guest at the wedding, then know sees any kissy kissy going on. ON another point wehn we lived in oregon my two daughters and i saw two men kissy kissy in the mall. They giggled i said ok lets go this way and that was it.
Last time I checked there were homosexuals in all aspects of our society, including many families. Open up your eyes and look around you if you don't believe me. Anything that is more inclusive of all types of people makes me happy. Bravo Disney.
My experience with Gays Days at WDW was very positive, and I'd return again.
So now onto the real questions:
Do they wear 1 bride ears and 1 groom ears....or 2 bride ears or 2 groom ears?
2 gowns, 2 tuxes, or 1 of each?
Does this mean a female can be "Best Man" and a male be "Maid/Matron of Honor" ?
How many bridal showers does one get? I'm all for more is better!!!
Decisions, decisions, decisions...
always plotting, planning, and looking forward to our next adventure...
To me I don't care if you gay, straight, or w/e You can marry whomever and wherever you want as long as it doesn't have a pesonal pr family related effect on me
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Well thats great! Now more dreams can have the disney magic!
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