So you’re engaged, but your fiancée won’t let you tell anyone about it yet. What to do?
I’m getting married in 40 days! Here are some unfiltered feelings and things about that, because what else was I supposed to do?
I’m still not entirely clear on what a rehearsal dinner is and what gets rehearsed there and whether it’s a must-have, and that’s just one of many wedding things that’ll keep me awake tonight. So that’s why I’ve fallen hopeless in love with H&H Weddings, a website that “is dedicated to providing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples with high-end resources to plan and create a one-of-a-kind event.”
Where Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson become our favorite lesbian couple and we all get married. You’re going to need some tissues for this one. Or a blow horn.
After 19 years together, Brendin and Carrie tied the knot on top of Mt.Feelings, and we have about a billion pictures to prove it.
When you’re gettin’ married / To another chick / Who you gonna call?
So. Many. Cute. People. In. Love.
Until complete marriage equality reigns, our feelings on tacky lingerie and weird patriarchal traditions are kind of a moot point so we’re allowed to be bitchy when we judge them, right? Mmmkay then.
I’d like to share with you the wedding album of one much-beloved Carly / DJ Carlytron Usdin and Photographer-to-the-Stars Robin Roemer, co-starring Arthur the amazingly statuesque dog and made possible by Kelly Kollar.
Remember Autostraddle’s Marriage Equality Wedding Giveaway? Are you ready to see how perfect Abby and Lani’s wedding was?
How to decide who wear heels when neither of you is The Tall One and break the news that you won’t be wearing a dress.
In the last installment on out queer survival guide to weddings, we’ve got a tale of two disasters, a guide on finding your balance and advice on giving the right kind of fucks.
On being brave when all you feel is panic and bringing out your inner superhero when your sig oth starts freaking out.
Our three wonderstylists will have you feeling good, looking gorgeous.
In which we kick off our four part wedding series with a little inspiration from DapperQ.
“When they see you happy, they’ll accept it,” someone told me once. When there are tears about something unchangeable, people can only be optimistic. It’s the only thing that is left.
I don’t even have a news peg for this.
“Tried to find the place on a map, but apparently they’re stuck somewhere in 1956.”
Who doesn’t love a love story? Let’s congratulate the happy couple and learn a little more about them! I wonder how they feel about karaoke.
Carmen’s Team Pick: I have at my fingertips “23 Portraits of Gay Couples Who Can’t Get Married,” and even though it is not good news I want to show it to you anyway, because it is such a testament to love.
In which we announce the contest finalists so you can read their stories (maybe cry a little) and VOTE!