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WATCH: Jonathan and Dwayne’s Love Story Will Make You Cry

A short film about a gay couple tying the knot has us in a puddle on the floor.

Jonathan and Dwayne took a trip to San Diego. As it just so happened, it was the same weekend as the San Diego Pride Parade. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell had just been repealed and for the first time in history LGBT military members were allowed to walk in the parade. During the march, Dwayne, who is a member of the United States military, got down on one knee and proposed to Jonathan in the middle of the street.

Check out the 10-minute film below. And be sure to have a box of tissues handy because it’s a real tearjerker.

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13 Comments

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    I’d like to propose…guys stop plucking your fucking eyebrows unless you are an actual drag queen. Thank you.

  • tada-no

    @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: The plucked eye-brows is an epidemic with Latinos. Men, women, gay and straight: they all have the arched plucked brow look. Sometimes it looks like they drew their brows with pencils after a session of chemo.

  • guest4ever

    “Johnathon and Dwayne’s Love Story Will Make You Cry”

    True, it does make me cry… for what is being done to our once great nation.

    “Righteousness exalteth a nation… but sin is a reproach to any people.”

    So many blind people… who claim their eyes are open.

  • aedwards514

    Does anyone know what the name of the song that start at about the 6 minute mark and continues until the end??

  • jwtraveler

    @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: @tada-no: I’d like to propose that you mind your own business. What other people choose to do with their own bodies is not your concern. If you don’t like it, don’t look. Funny, this sounds a lot like what I would say to straight people who think it’s their right and obligation to tell gay people what we should do with our bodies. You’d think that you could expect better from LGBTs, but, alas, some of us are just as intolerant, judgmental, intrusive and offensive as straight homophobes. I didn’t think this is what LGBT equality was supposed to be about.

  • PeterCee

    The only thing that made me cry was those truly scary eyebrows……and whatever “prince of snarkness” might have to say about ‘equality’ (and I still can’t figure out what the hell that has to do with the case), gobsmackingly obvious plucked eyebrows on guys – gay or straight (see how impartial equality has made me?) – should remain in (a) Latino beauty parlours or (b) drag shows. @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: Barbara Cartland has a lot to answer for.

  • PeterCee

    @PeterCee: Sorry – the very strange “equality” posting came from “jwtraveler”.

  • jwtraveler

    No tears. These guys are in love; they got married; they’re happy. If that’s what they want, it’s fine with me. What is not fine with me is the gay marriage/gays in the military assimilationist movement that tells gay people that this is what we should ALL want and aspire to. Once upon a time gay liberation (as it was then called) was about the FREEDOM to define our own lives and relationships as we saw fit, NOT about the “freedom” (meaning obligation) to define ourselves by a narrow, heterosexual standard of what our lives and relationships should be in order to be palatable to an oppressive heterosexist society. “Freedom to marry” is an oxymoron. Freedom to define our own lives is true liberation.

  • PeterCee

    @jwtraveler: Sorry, but “freedom to marry” certainly is not an oxymoron.

  • MikeE

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  • Degas

    @guest4ever:

    Matthew 7:1-3

    7 Judge not, that ye be not judged.

    2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

    3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?

  • jwtraveler

    @PeterCee: There are many good reasons to get married (as well as some bad ones), but I’ve never heard of anyone motivated by a desire for freedom.

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