I would like you to watch this you tube movie that i made. It's purpose is to think,learn,realize how many people it takes to make up this world we live in. Please don't judge anyone on their looks,lifestyle,life partners etc.. Learn why people are the way that they are and get to know each one individually. Discrimination is usually because you are naieve,mis-informed,ill-informed or have been hurt by someone else of that certain type of person. Educate yourself before you start judging. Don't miss out on wonderful people because of being afraid of the unknown. I am a white bisexual woman and have been on quite a life's journey to get where I am now. I am horrified at the way people that are not societies idea of normal are treated. .
Sarah Chaudhry & Ravi Sangisetty
How did you meet?
"We met through a friend of his sister's."
Tell Us about your engagement.
"It was a random Monday in March and I was in my pajamas studying (I'm in law school). Even in my PJs, he said I was the most beautiful woman in the world. I didn't even realize he was proposing until he asked the big question!"
Have you overcome any obstacles?
"My fiancé and I are an unusual couple. He is Indian and Hindu, while I am Pakistani and Muslim by background. But we bonded over being Southern kids. We are both first generation Americans, and both of us became lawyers. People thought we wouldn't make it because of the Indian/Pakistani conflict, but we have a lot in common."
Which past celebrity wedding is your favorite and why?
"John F. Kennedy Jr.'s classic and timeless wedding. The couples' style and values shined through in every detail."
May 18, 2008 - 11:34AM
A couple who both changed their sex married on Saturday in Mexico's first transgender wedding, as the traditionally conservative country loses some of its inhibitions.
Mario del Socorro, formerly Maria, and Diana Guerrero, who used to be Jose, held an austere ceremony for friends and relatives in a community center.
The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records.
"When you are applying for a job and your documents don't coincide with what you look like, you just don't get hired. It's that simple," said del Socorro, 55, who is balding with a wispy goatee and stands several inches shorter than his new bride.
Lawmakers behind the transgender proposal are challenging a swath of conservative customs in largely Catholic Mexico, and in recent years they have been gaining momentum.
In 2006, gay civil unions were legalized in Mexico City and the northern state of Coahuila.
Lawmakers in the capital last year legalized early-term abortions and approved a law allowing terminally ill people to refuse treatment.
The Catholic Church has strongly criticized all of these measures.
Del Socorro and Guerrero got married under their pre-sex change names because the law allowing gay civil unions does not give partners the same benefits as a traditional marriage.
At the ceremony, guests cheered the teary-eyed groom and beaming bride as they cut two tall wedding cakes before a crowd of journalists.
Members of the bride's Catholic family said the couple tried for months to find a priest that would marry them in a church.
"At the end of the day, it's a marriage between a woman and a man, so what's the problem with blessing this union in the eyes of God?" said the bride's sister, Flor Guerrero.
George Takei, the actor who played Mr. Sulu on "Star Trek," and his partner of 21 years, Brad Altman, were mobbed by members of the press as they applied for a marriage license at West Hollywood Park. Their wedding is scheduled for September 14.
Will on the key to domestic bliss: "Really, really good sex. I'm really good at it. (Also) we talk a lot. Sometimes people hear us talking and think we over-talk situations but communication is everything."
Jada: "I will throw my career away before I let it break up our marriage. I made it clear to Will. I'd throw it away completely."
Source: USA Weekend
Will about Jada: "With Jada I stood up in front of God and my family and said, 'till death us do part'. Divorce cannot be an option ... I honestly believe there is no woman for me but Jada. No-one can handle me the way she does ... Once you feel someone locked in on you, it's no contest. This is it. I can't imagine what anyone else would offer."
Source: East London Advertiser
Will: "Families are like a business. The key is one person having a vision of what it needs to be and being able to pull everyone together. That's Jada for sure."
Source: USA Weekend
Will about Jada "She's someone I can talk to about anything."
Source: Ebony, February 1997, page 57.
Jada about Will: "When we met, I never thought in a million years that Will Smith and I would be together."
Source: Ebony, February 1997, page 57.
Will on open marriage: Although Will Smith has said he would never cheat on his wife without first asking permission, he has been quoted as saying, "In our marriage vows, we didn't say 'forsaking all others.' The vow that we made was that you will never hear that I did something after the fact...If it came down to it, then one spouse can say to the other, 'Look, I need to have sex with somebody. I'm not going to if you don't approve of it - but please approve of it.'"
Saturday evening was full of love, laughter, and a few tears for Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, who exchanged personal wedding vows in front of their closest family and friends at their home in L.A.
In an exclusive interview and photos, DeGeneres, 50, and de Rossi, 35, share the most romantic moments of the night with PEOPLE.
"What can I say? I'm the luckiest girl in the world," says DeGeneres. "She's officially off the market. No one else gets her. And now she'll cook and clean for me."
Amid candles and flowers by Mark's Garden, both brides, wearing designs by Zac Posen, sat on floor pillows along with author Wayne Dyer, who officiated the ceremony.
After exchanging Neil Lane rings, the couple and their guests sat down for an all-vegan menu prepared by their personal chef David Silberkleit while Sweet Lady Jane created a vegan red velvet cake for the celebration.
"The love we felt from the people surrounding us, and the love we have for each other, made this the most beautiful and emotional day," says de Rossi. "And one that we'll never forget."
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