Sitebreaker wrote:i think its a neat idea... especially with gay marriage being such a new thing in NY, so i could see some couple who actually was planning on getting married doing it. Gays are all for the "unique" so why not? if you are already getting married, and you are a comic fan, why not get married in NYC at a comic book store..
IMO, because marriage should be about you and your partner, and while I think there is temptation here to get involved in the media attention, I think it could be damaging to make that special day into something that's not about you, but is about a stunt or a message or, of all things, a comic book.
It would be different if the couple had planned this in advance, but responding to what is basically a casting call for Midtown's commercial with a month's notice seems like a poor decision. IMO, YMMV, of course.
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