By Kirsten Palladino
We’ve seen it over and over. We tell someone we’re gay, trans, queer, bi, nonbinary, etc. and the response is blasé. The person acts like they couldn’t care less … for a few seconds. And then they start talking again. And that’s where the problems start.
They say things like, “Just don’t expect me to go to any rallies.” Or “I don’t judge that lifestyle.” Or “What do I care who you like to have sex with? You’re still my friend/sister/brother/coworker.” And at this point you’re feeling a mix of acceptance and eyes bugging out of your head in complete bewilderment. Is this what being loved feels like? Maybe.
Sometimes the jokes set in at this level or perhaps we’re going to get lucky and not hear those this round.
When I talk to wedding pros around the world, I hear a variety of responses when I tell them who I am and where I work. Here are some of the...
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