Generation Tux is changing the game of ordering suits online
For many people like me, masculine-leaning and nonbinary, and many others within our community, sometimes shopping for a suit just sucks. Generation Tux is changing the game.
We are already blessed—with or without the Catholic church
I’ll never forget hearing His Holiness Pope Francis saying, “If a person is gay and seeks God and has good will, who am I to judge?” It’s hard to believe that was nearly eight years ago.
That moment was monumental for me and led me back to the Church.
All Black Lives Matter: the intersectionality of the Black wedding industry and the LGBTQ+ community
The same way the Black wedding industry was excluded from the wedding industry is very similar to the way the LGBTQ+ community is excluded from the Black wedding industry.
Dignity and respect for all: marriage equality celebrates five years as a federal right
The far-reaching impact of the fight for marriage equality reverberates five years after the U.S. Supreme Court decided the issue.
Is engagement photography worth the time and money?
An engagement session gives you the opportunity to take your time, explore, and relax.
LGBTQ+ weddings make weddings better—for everyone
Everyone who is getting married now should probably thank queer people for paving the way to more inclusive wedding culture.
Let’s get one thing straight: Bisexuals can still marry someone of a different gender
We are not any less queer for being in any romantic relationship, and the idea that you have to be seen as either straight or gay is damaging.
Why you should absolutely include your dog in your wedding
If you’re thinking about including your dog or cat (or chicken for that matter) in your wedding, take my advice: Do it. It can only make your day better.
How I found the perfect wedding dress as a plus-size queer woman
As a plus-size bride, I wasn’t excited. I am all too aware of the limited fashion options available for plus-size bodies.
My proposal story was nothing like I imagined—but it was even better
This life we are building won’t always be a romantic production, and things won’t always happen as planned. But that’s okay.
Here’s how we decided to get married in Provincetown, Massachusetts
Of all the things that our wedding could be, being in Provincetown was the most important to both of us.
Why our double proposal is a celebration of LGBTQ+ pride
Macey and I were celebrating our brand new engagement just a day after it happened when we got the first texts that asked, “Do you…
Having a wedding ring means I have to come out again and again
My head is immediately filled with this single thought: “But I already came out to the world! Why do I have to do it again? And again? And again?”
I was insecure about not wanting a traditional wedding—until now
I didn’t have the language to articulate why I felt the way I felt about weddings. I couldn’t explain to someone why it didn’t fit my narrative.
My mom was accepting of her gay daughter from the beginning
My mom was the first to know, and she set the tone for me to feel comfortable and safe living my life as a gay woman—so I interviewed her about why.
When I came out to my mom, I didn’t expect her to come out to me too
By coming out to me, she affirmed that it was completely normal to not be straight, and this shared revelation was both healing and transformative.
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