PHOTOS: Same-Sex Wedding Nearly Breaks World Record At World Pride

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An astonishing 110 couples turned out to put a ring on it in Toronto during a mass same-sex wedding.

Part of 2014 World Pride, the event took place at the stately castle, Casa Loma, where there was fuchsia Catholic realness to officiate. From hubbies in standard issue tuxes to paisley shirt twins to a  Justin Bieber baby butch dyke-and-femme-girlfriend, the couples’ styles were diverse to say the least.

While the event didn’t quite hit the 200-couples world record status, there was loads of lovin’ joy going on – and isn’t that what matters most?

Peruse through pics of the happy couples, officiators and magical moments…

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Photos credit Lawrence Ferber


One Comment

  • stevecha

    It was a great event. A first for Toronto ‘World Pride’, but it was also another first for Ontario, and Canada I believe, the OECTA “Ontario Catholic Teacher Association” for the first time every registered and walked 100 strong in support of LGBTQ students, staff and community, truly history making.

    Oecta took a lot of pressure from ring wing fundamentalists over this, but stood strong for what is truly catholic values of support, caring, compassion and showing love for the most marginalized people in society today. It should be noted that in Ontario catholic teachers are the only people that can still be discriminated against legally for being LGBTQ. Kathleen Wynn we urge you to act on this!