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Gay Marriage

Shaking Things Up

Being married to someone in any realm of the political universe has to be challenging. Being married and gay, well, that can be downright groundbreaking. That’s the story of Bob Satawake, the first gay diplomatic spouse in the Western Hemisphere. When he accompanied his husband, Ambassador James “Wally” Brewster, to the Dominican Republic, it became a bigger issue than either […]

Did He Say Yes?

Getting married anytime soon? Then you’re in luck. In celebration of Pride month, Lyft will be paying for marriage licenses at the Dallas County Clerk’s office on Monday, June 3 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Of course, because Lyft celebrates diversity, anyone can get their license paid for regardless of their race, gender identity or sexual orientation. In addition to […]

Altared States

Walking down the aisle to exchange rings used to be a fairy tale for gay men like us. But not the happy-ending type of fairy tale, an actual work of fiction. Now that same-sex marriage is legal, it’s important to have an expert help with the ins and outs of planning an LGBT wedding. Today, author Kirsten Palladino‘s new book, Equally […]

Well, Let Me Say This About That Marriage And More

It seemed possible that being a gay wedding consultant might be the next big thing, but I am now convinced that being a gay marriage counselor may be bigger. Here are some issues that have hit my radar since we last talked. Honestly, I don’t have to make up this stuff. To nup or to pre-nup…moment of truth time, folks. […]

The 701 Club: Trousseaus, Trump and Transitions

Brothers and Sisters, I have returned from a lengthy period of spiritual retreat, renewal and rest. As I was afraid, the world has nearly come to a stop in my absence. Let me get caught up on a few things, which have transpired in the last couple of months before I start tackling the day-to-day filth of today’s news. Trousseaus: I’m at […]

Letterman, Leprechauns & Lewdness

So much for us to be on our knees about, Brothers and Sisters. Let us turn our hearts in prayer to the news of the week. David Letterman: The dark lord of late night television, Brother Gap Tooth Letterman, has ended his ministry. I’d like to note that Brother Letterman spent 33 years on television. Jesus was 33 when he […]

The 701 Club: Gay Marriage, Dallas Cowboys and Andy Cohen

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Gay Marriage: Lord help us all! Little John Roberts and the Supremes have hiked up their black robes and climbed up on chairs in abject fear of the MOUSE called gay marriage.  Rather than have to take a stand on […]

Cheers To Gay Weddings

ClinkClinkClink! We’d like to raise our glasses to SKYY Vodka, which joins forces today with the Freedom to Marry campaign to kick off Toast to Marriage. The Toast to Marriage tour begins tonight in Atlanta before visiting 11 cities nationwide, including Dallas, Phoenix, Miami, Chicago, San Diego and New Orleans. The goal is to raise awareness and encourage supporters to […]

Knotty & Nice

We’ve already started bracing ourselves. Because now that gay marriage is becoming legal left and right, Valentine’s Day is going to be as big for proposals in the LGBT community as it is in hetero one. (Which means, steer clear of nice restaurants or they’ll be interrupting your meal all night long with oohs, ahhs and rings hidden in heart-shaped […]