10 Romantic Gay Wedding Proposals
I’ve heard there are some gay men who don’t like these wedding proposals, and I’m not exactly sure why. Granted, I would personally tend to be more private. But that’s just me. And I find these public proposals other people are doing inspiring and uplifting for many reasons. One reason in particular is that we can now see gay men and women proposing to each other…and it’s real. It’s not just a metaphor. That’s huge. I think most people feel inspired by these things. And if someone doesn’t like that, they don’t have to read what I post. Plain and simple.
In any event, here’s one unusual proposal…
Well, here’s one we’ve never seen before. In Connecticut, Joyride Cycle instructor Adam Keller made sure his spin instructor boyfriend Jared Marinelli would never forget this particular class, setting up a joy-filled wedding proposal guaranteed to melt even the most hardened of gay hearts.
You can check the rest out here, with videos. I think they’re adorable.
Greg Louganis Goes Fully Nude
Speaking of inspiring, this is amazing because Greg Louganis is 56 years old. And he recently posed fully nude.
The Olympic diving dynamo just doffed his speedo for ESPN‘s annual “Body” issue, and we’re way down.
“When I look around at my contemporaries,” he says, “I’d say I’m probably in better shape than most of them. It’s all about making healthy choices.”
This is why I don’t eat carbs and I run daily. It is really is a matter of choices, not excuses.
Who Is Kim Davis One Year Later?
I think this is interesting. It’s a look back at that shouty anti-gay marriage lady, Kim Davis, one year later.
The 50-year-old, thrice-divorced Rowan County clerk has fallen into obscurity after she she made a national spectacle of illegally refused marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds even after the Supreme Court ruled to make marriage equality the law of the land last June.
So far legalized same sex marriage hasn’t changed all the much for the straight people in this country. It’s been a huge change for gay people, though, and I wonder if people like Kim Davis have evolved even slightly. Somehow, I’d doubt it.