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It is often said that every little girl grows up dreaming about her wedding day. Perhaps there is some truth to that. But what if that little girl is a tomboy, or a jock, or a lesbian, or a boy? When we grow up, how do we make our dreams a reality?

As queer folks, we are continually redefining marriage and family. With that comes redefining weddings and style. Imagine your wedding. What would you wear? What did you wear? Where would you shop for it? How do you find the perfect outfit when you don't fit into a tidy little box? Please send me your thoughts and pictures so we can create a resource for all the queer folks out there who don't know what to wear to their weddings. (Send me a message by clicking on the Andrea in the Followers section)

Friday, July 16, 2010

Equally Wed founders in the New York Times

When the Bride Take a Bride, Businesses Respond
When you can't find a publication that helps you plan your wedding, sometimes you have to start your own. Gay marriage may not be legal everywhere, but businesses are sprouting up that cater to gay couples tying the know. And other businesses are adding products and neutralizing their language to be more inclusive.

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