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June 14, 2010
Suggester says,"Aside from the good composition of the image, the message that the picture is reminding us of the happiness of the other people. and the equality that some people would like to feel. Though some may find this as a forbidden love, but then, we will soon realize that in some way or another, this kind of situations will actually make some people happy."
lesbian wedding by ~andrez

[Photojournalism / Weddings]
Featured by Timothy-Sim
Suggested by jcroxas
andrez's avatar

lesbian wedding

Image details
Image size
800x532px 223.95 KB
Shutter Speed
1/1000 second
Focal Length
125 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Jun 25, 2009, 2:37:54 PM
© 2009 - 2021 andrez
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Dy4-eva's avatar
Fantastic Picture just great skill.
LiaBellaLove's avatar
Wonderful image, so tender
DaedorGildor's avatar
I used this here:…      and I reaized I did not ask for your permission. I apologise for that.  Is it okay? I will take it down if you do not give your permission?
cadillacphunque's avatar
they don't look happy though :(
ObesiusMaximus's avatar
Should've included the little Flower Girl and her girlfriend.
lil-ari's avatar
great pic <33
Alzaz's avatar

Love this. Just love it, great message. Personaly I think I would go for the classic smoking suit for my own wedding.

I am never getting in a dress, much to my families dismay.

Ollie-C's avatar
The 'groom' looks so much like my French teacher its scary!
mermaidreams's avatar
is. . is that ALY AND AJ!!
gauthijm's avatar
spectacularly nice % sexxy
Calitha-Lena's avatar

you're featured in my monthly journal :)

Lovely image. I have some friends who are straight and when they got married I wasn't so sure I agreed with the labeling they chose; the "groom" seemed less suited to his position than his significant other. I used to have a girlfriend, in fact, with whom we'd often say that if we were to get married, she would be the husband and I the wife ... that way she could claim to be the working husband supporting her homemaker; it was only half in jest.

Love is love and whatever title you want to wear is no one's business but your own. If this is an actual photograph from a wedding you worked - and I hope it is - I'm glad to see this couple have returned unto them the rights that were stolen when they came out of the closet. I hope it's a long and beautiful marriage - and should they ever wish it, I hope they have a child to share their love.
mlidikay's avatar
The debate about bride and groom, or bride and bride is interesting. People stating what they believe it should be, but wouldn't the point be that they can be what they want to be without approval, endorsements or labels from others.

The number people stating that they "know someone who is gay" bothers me. I someone were to say, " I know someone who is black" wouldn't that in itself be viewed as a prejudice. My closest friend is a lesbian, and yes I see the irony in saying that, but point being is that is not what defines her to me, nor how I would introduce or refer to her. She is my friend. The typical circumstance that would cause me to refer to her as a lesbian would be to stop someone from foolishly doing or saying or doing something that would hurt her feelings.

The current debate over gay marriage got started because some people feel they should be able to regulate other people's lives as though the had the right to decide what someone else should believe. Even deeper than that is the need to classify, explain, understand, or interpret someone else, rather than just accept them for who they are. The true meanings of freedom and equality can strangely get lost in some attempts to defend them.
are they lesbian out of your artwork?
tyronmcd's avatar
very well done
sistersgrimm5252's avatar
Lesbianism is fine. In fact im lesbian so dont say yuck. I know its your opinion but if so why are you looking at these pictures then?
Firecracker-cat's avatar
yuck anastasiyamartha
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