Like Us on FB! Decked in Zac Posen, Ellen and Portia got hitched during a super intimate candlelit ceremony at their home in Because why rent out a venue when your house is gorgeous, right? The ceremony was witnessed by just 19 guests, and — in an especially cute touch — their vows were handwritten. By the way, Ellen announced her plans to wed Portia during a taping of The Ellen Show , after California's Supreme Court reversed their ban on gay marriage. Clearly, this was a long time coming!
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As archaic as it might sound, even with all the media hype, touting celebratory strides forward for LGBTQ rights, there's still a dirty little societal secret getting brushed under the rug Now, before you glass house dwellers start throwing your vicious verbal and judgmental assaults, I invite you to swear on a stack of Bible's that you've stood in a gay man's shoes, pummeled emotionally and intellectually by family, church, and society's pressure to be the heterosexual marrying kind. Yes, stand in his shoes and make sure they fit perfectly like Cinderella's glass slipper, before you open your condescending, wicked stepsister, sneering mouth. If you haven't lived and breathed sexual orientation confusion, felt gay shame, or laid awake at night wishing that you really could pray the gay away, then honestly, you've nothing to contribute to this discussion and everything to learn from reading further as to why some gay men take the road of heterosexual matrimony instead of embracing the truth of who they are -- gay men!
A mixed-orientation marriage is a marriage between partners of differing sexual orientations. The people involved in such a marriage may not be romantically or sexually compatible, for example if the marriage is between a heterosexual male and a homosexual female. The term also applies when one of the partners involved is asexual or aromantic , leading to a mixed desire for sexual activity or romantic activity. The marriage of an asexual to a sexual is one in which the asexual partner either does not experience sexual desire or attraction, or experiences low desire or attraction. For the asexual partner, the word "compromise" is used by the Asexual Visibility and Education Network] AVEN community to label the act of consenting to have sex with their partner for their partner's benefit.