Wedding-Dress Shoppers React To Bridal Discrimination On What Would You Do?

Where would ABC’s What Would You Do? be without the gays? Time and again, the show—a sort-of moral Candid Camera—turns to the LGBT community to test the public’s ethical standards. In the clip above, a blushing bride-to-be is denied a wedding dress by a bridal shop employee because she’s marrying a woman. Touchingly, other women in the store come to her defense time and again. We’ll never use the term Bridezilla again!

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  • Aric

    That was so sweet.

  • Gigi

    This show always makes me weepy. This one bring out the goodness in humanity.

  • 1equalityUSA

    Wow. What a powerful piece. I’m not even into weddings and dresses and all of that, but this worked me over. The mother and daughter at the end of the film worked me over. I wish more could see this film. I’m so impressed. Thank you.

  • hunnylvr

    This is a wonderful clip, and it gives me hope. Yet the cynical side of me can’t help but wonder if the bridal shop was in, say, Alabama, instead of Jersey, would the responses have been the same?

  • jonjon

    I hate this show so much, just because it’s such a massive exploitation-fest, but even my cynicism couldn’t protect me from getting teary eyed over what the last mother/daughter pair said.

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