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"GLBTI Weddings PLUS!"

The Blog of the U.S.'s first GLBTI-specific Wedding and Events firm. Discussion spot for clients and visitors to interact with savvyplanners.com staff and experts, in an informal forum, regarding Gay Weddings or Same-Sex Marriage, LGBT weddings and Traditional weddings and other issues affecting the GLBTI.

Friday, March 24, 2006


Welcome to the launch of
savvyplanners.com's Blog!!


It is here that you can ask questions, get advice, share ideas and tips and tell us about your special wedding moments! We will use this area to post interesting tid-bits, developments and information concerning marriage equity, the GLBTQI family, destination weddings on Key West and more.

The savvyplanners.com blog is all about gay and traditional weddings, events and the clients we serve. We intend to bring up to date information regarding marriage equity, promiment GLBT issues and more. We intend to discuss all aspects of weddings and events. We look forward to hearing your ideas which will help fuel the direction and development of the blog.

We like Charlene Li's blogger code of ethics and have adapted it for
savvyplanners.com's Blogger Code Of Ethics (some of which are found below).

Blogger Code Of Ethics:
* We will tell the truth and we will acknowledge and correct any mistakes promptly.
* We will not delete comments unless they are spam, off-topic, defamatory, threatening or violent.
* We will reply to comments when appropriate as promptly as possible.
* We will link to online references and original source materials directly .
* We will disagree with other opinions respectfully.

We Invite you to join the discussion!
MW Savant, CEO

CAUTION: Someone has already posted a not-so-nice comment to this post. But hey! That's what we're here for.

4 Comments:

  • At 24/3/06 2:40 PM, Anonymous Theresa said…

    Why in the hell do queers want to get "married" in the first place? Enough already!

     
  • At 24/3/06 3:27 PM, Blogger savvyplanners.com said…

    Well Theresa, your comment isn't defamatory but it is inflammatory. It seems obvious to us that almost all people want to find love. Once you find that love you want to make a solid commitment to that person. When you join your life with another's you want to have some protections of the things that you have built with that person, protect the family you've created with that person...If you're married, as I am, it shouldn't be a stretch for you to comprehend finding th eone you love and making a permanent bond with that person.

    BTW. I feel your question could have been asked in a less "yucky" way.

    Irma,
    Client Care

     
  • At 24/3/06 7:22 PM, Anonymous prisms said…

    Theresa,

    We all wish you the best of luck in your search for why we would like to marry our loving partners. Our answers will vary since some of us are queer & others are curvy lesbians.
    To answer your query, my partner of almost 27 years deserves each & every benefit of marriage for putting up with me on a daily basis. Such as... the tax benefits, social security benefits upon my death, the freedom to make a health decision without question in the absence of my health care proxy, the right to be present during a medical procedure or to have a doctor answer her questions, the right to provide health benefits for both of us without receiving a separate W-2 that is then taxed as if she has received income, the R-E-S-P-E-C-T, the freedom to be a parent without having to adopt our child, the right to own our home without having to put joint survivorship on a deed, et al, et al...
    We have a strong feeling that you are still searching for the special love that would help you better understand why all people should have the freedom to marry. I wish you luck in your search & hope that there is a wonderful warm man or woman waiting for you in your future. Or that you'll be lucky enough like I was to fall in love with your best friend...

     
  • At 25/3/06 5:01 PM, Anonymous Rik Webber said…

    Well said prism.

     

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