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Two ex cadets of West Point got married earlier on Saturday marking the very first gay marriage ceremony at the United States Military Academy. Daniel Lennox and Larry Choate III, the couple, exchanged vows before twenty people at the Cadet Chapel.
Before the wedding ceremony, Larry Choate III told that it would be like every other marriage ceremony there except probably a lot smaller and no bride. Last were there were two same sex marriages, but both of them were lesbian wedding ceremony.
28 year old Larry Choate III graduated in the year 2009 and twenty seven year old Daniel Lennox was a member of the 2007’s batch. The pair did not know each other as cadets but later they met through a mutual friend. But neither of them is currently working in the military.
The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy of the military remained in effect when the men were military at the West Point. Same sex wedding was not allowed in New York till 2011. This is the same year when the Pentagon reversed its ban on gay service members.
In the year 2011, The Pentagon published a stating the right of faith leaders to wed gay pairs on the army bases, and the right to refuse participation in this type of ceremonies.
Speaking about wedding, we must share that Snooki is all set to tie the knot. A leading website has stated that Snooki is getting ready for her big role as wife.
These days, weddings are being reinvented as more brides are selecting bright and stylish dresses and sticking on to their maiden name. Wedding industry across the world has recognized this new trend and more importantly high profile weddings have made it quite popular – like Jessica Biel, Anne Hathaway and Reese Witherspoon all selected pin k attire for their wedding day. On the other hand designers Vera Wang and Oscar De La Renta have unveiled their collection of non-white marriage gowns.
Last year, Stacey Copas tied the knot. Not just she sported a green dress, which she purchased online for just $40, but she also kept her maiden surname. Recently, the inspirational speaker from Adelaide stated that it was anything but traditional. Traditional weddings are very boring, outdated and predictable. She has never had the desire to be a ‘princess for a day’.
Definitely, she did not want that centre of attention thing. She also spoke about why some things were really necessary to change. She explained that as far as the vows went, she was not going to obey that. They are quite much equal; therefore, she definitely did not want to have any of that. She guessed it almost comes across as being quite submissive so that was something she definitely did not want. Keeping her maiden name was also important to her since that is her identity.
Stacey Copas is not the single person to do that. A leading UK website also stated that not sporting engagement ring or non-traditional dress are the key themes in this new feminist wedding trend.