Here Come the Brides
reflections on lesbian love and marriage
A tale of two cakes / Candace Walsh
Ten days of a lesbian engagement / Leslie Lange
She's the boy / Cate Glass
Getting civilized / Chella Quint
My Trojan dress / Kari Lerum
Contemplation of a name / Caridad Moro
Six reasons lesbians should not get married / Jennifer Camper
This flight tonight / Wendy MacLeod
Almost / Stephanie Hallett
Always a bridesmaid / Michele Kort
I don't want to be part of your [de]volution / Stephanie Schroeder
Let them eat (wedding) cake / Linda Villarosa
We have to talk about it, someday / Emily Douglas
I'm not from here / Holly Hughes
Gay marriage, semantics, and a fallen bride / Rachel Darling
As the girl turns / Amelia Sauter
Marriage by the numbers / M.V. Lee Badgett
The first brides : a conversation with Kate Kendell and Phyllis Lyon
Diary of a love warrior / Davina Kotulski
Where the queer zone meets the Asian zone / Helen Zia
Standing on ceremony / J. Keiko Lane
Crossing borders / Katherine Arnup
Another word for marriage / Gloria Bigelow
Suquamish family values / Heather Purser
An arbor on Arbella street / Colleen Michaels
More today than yesterday / Bette Skandalis
Old, new, borrowed, blue / Mary Beth Caschetta
Juggling down the aisle / Sara Felder
First dance / Kimberly Reed
Lesbian wedding blessings and curses / Judy Scheer and Jen Sorensen
Eschaton, or the gay divorcées / Erika Dyson
The back door to marriage / N'Jai-An Patters
Innocence maintained / Melissa Sky
The wedding tablecloth / Joan Lipkin
Don't hide your bride pride / Monica Palacios
I do (x 2) / Lesléa Newman
The book of love / Audrey Bilger
Four (same-sex) weddings and a funeral / Susan Goldberg
'Til death do us part / Patricia Cronin
A girl can dream / Caroline Gambell
The end of civilization as we know it / Lydia Stryk
Wedding song for two women / Mary Meriam
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Representing a diversity of points of view in terms of race, class, ethnicity, and gender identification, this collection of essays, stories, and visual images exemplify what it means to be 'wife and wife.'
Representing a diversity of points of view in terms of race, class, ethnicity, and gender identification, this collection of essays, stories, and visual images exemplify what it means to be "wife and wife."
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