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Do you think weddings are important? Why or why not?


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Best Answer dashingscorpio says

18 months ago
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    Nicole Pellegrini (sockii) 18 months ago

    There are plenty of us women who don't want the big wedding too, just keep that in mind. We aren't all bridezillas. I don't want to get married except for the legal protections and one day will probably just elope with my SO of 10 years in Italy.


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Nicole Pellegrini (sockii) says

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    KrystalD 18 months ago

    This is so true. Good for you for escaping the brainwashing.

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John Connor (connorj) says

18 months ago
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    dashingscorpio 18 months ago

    "the Wedding Ceremony may indeed be the most important piece in the puzzle of a long and blissful marriage."

    More important than (whom) you marry?

    Even if a ceremony is only done before the justice of the peace the marriage is just as sacred.


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Linda Bryen (liesl5858) says

18 months ago
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    KrystalD 18 months ago

    I understand this concept too. It seems to be a personal choice. I am really not sure myself. Is it about the bride? The couple? The family? Or is it socially pushed upon us? It seems personal.

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Penny Godfirnon (Penny G) says

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Word (word55) says

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    Nicole Pellegrini (sockii) 18 months ago

    Weddings - not marriages - do not have to be about religion nor between a man and a woman. Even historically the "one man/one woman/all about love" idea that the conservative religious right wants to promote these days is historically inaccurate.

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