I don’t support marriage—
we all know that. But I would
happily attend a christening,
although I am Christian.
I’d go to the wedding of someone close,
also to the wedding of someone not close.
I would be handing out anti-marriage
pamphlets at the reception.
I would not attend the wedding
of my worst enemy, but I’d definitely
be surprised to be invited. I might go,
because I would like a friend.
In a hypothetical universe in which I am straight,
I suppose I would go to my own wedding.
In this scenario, I’d want marriage to be legal.
Wait, can I just go with my initial statement?
the BEST LAID PLAN badge, we were to plan to remove something from a
source, keeping as much as possible of the remaining text intact.
deleted the words gay and lesbian and text not referring to marriage/ weddings from “Gay Events That I, Marco Rubio, Would Go To,” by Colin Stokes, The New Yorker, April 17, 2015.