Complete Strangers Married in Florida to Protest for Gay Rights
Opponents of same-sex marriage think gays and lesbians want to upend the "sanctity" of the institution. Never mind the fact that straight people have been doing that on their own pretty well. But we've never come across a straight couple that aimed to purposefully mock marriage just to prove a political point.
Brian Feldman and Hannah Miller, two Orlando-area residents and complete strangers, were married last Friday. Feldman, a performance artist, put out a call to any ladies who wanted to takepart in the project on Facebook
. Three showed up, and he spun a water bottle to decide which one with which he would enter into holy matrimony.
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