Yiannopoulos, the right-wing provocateur, married an unidentified black man in a Hawaii ceremony that he posted about on social media.
“I had to ask the rabbi ‘Is this divine intervention? Does God not want me to get married?’”
“I had to ask the rabbi, ‘Is this divine intervention? Does God not want me to get married?’” said Dan Rosehill.
After Hurricane Harvey, a Jewish couple served their wedding food to those in need.
Miriam Jefferson and Kalavati Mistry’s Hindu-themed wedding in Britain was said to be the country’s first lesbian interfaith wedding.
The evening was filled with so much love that the food would almost seem secondary — except that the bride was a culinary Countess, so it was amazing.
“Even if I had all the money in the world, the best gift I could give my mother would be to get married,” the groom said.
A founding member of Twisted Sister shares the exclusive story of his modern romance.
It is a dark time for many Americans. The election of Donald Trump, coupled with Republican domination of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the vast majority of state legislatures threaten much of the progress many demographics, such as women and LGBT people have achieved not only during the Obama years but over the past several decades.
Schumer has riled some in the grassroots with his seeming willingness to compromise on Cabinet picks and policy matters like infrastructure with President Donald Trump.