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With same-sex marriage still a new concept for many, fiancés Billy and Pat decided to spend 2013 documenting their engagement and answering questions from friends, family and strangers about what it’s like when two dudes decide to get hitched.
You can find out who proposed to whom, their thoughts on engagement rings, and more on BillyAndPatVlog.
Yes we fought for marriage equality so two wannabe famous 20somethings can bore us with the details of their upcoming wedding. Yeah equality.
Sounds like a light-hearted attempt to explore what is becoming a norm in our culture tthat society has ignored for decades. This generation is going to be shaping those cultural norms and I think it’s cool that we can make video to record of this developing tradition. Plus they’re no different than any one else out there on the internet except this might actually be educational.
They are so affected and staged and quite quite awful.
@QJ201 No we fought for marriage equality so that bitter queens could have one more thing to Bitch about. Stop being a troll and be happy for someone for once.
They are cute, I can’t wait to see more.
@Dionte. You plainly know them or are one of the. They are NOT ‘cute’ – they are an act, and not a very original one. They deserve one another.
@Sohobod: Wow. You are a horrible, horrible person. So many people take too much pleasure in tearing down others. These two are doing something fun for them and their families. You don’t need to hate on others just to make yourself feel better. Don’t be such an ugly person. Be better than that.
This is the best advertisement for marriage equality. Two men who love each other and want to share that with others. I look forward to their videos each week!
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