Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Ban Gay Weddings On Weekends, And In June

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A California judge may have ruled that a ban on gay marriages is unconstitutional in the Golden State, but a man in San Diego is suggesting they be banned only on weekends and in the month of June.

David Moye, a pop culture journalist, supports the idea of gay marriages but admits it’s already hard enough to find good wedding locations – as well as florists, bakers and caterers – without extra competition from gay and lesbian couples.

Still, he believes selling marriage licenses could help get cash-strapped California out of debt and figures the increased business for wedding-oriented businesses from homosexual receptions will boost the economy.

That’s why he advocates allowing gay marriages, except on weekends and the entire month of June.

The 40-year-old says if homosexuals pledge not to hold their receptions during what he calls “the good times,” it will go a long way to easing the fears of anti-gay groups.

Although implementing the plan will be a lot of work, Moye figures he can convince California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to “pump it up” to the gay community.

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