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Wedding plans

How to plan a queer wedding in 12 easy steps

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(the first 7 steps are pretty straight…but it gets good at 8, promise)

  1. Find someone to marry: this may seem like an obvious one but it can take a VERY VERY long time. You will likely have to go through many regrettable experiences (no ragrets) before this first step even crosses the threshold into reality. Check out Hinge.

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Rebecca Herz

Rebecca Herz

Poet, Social Work Student, Queer Feminist

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