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09/09/2008

Ellen's wedding slides: 30% more interesting than your distant cousin's

by Jeremy Hooper

On today's episode of "The Ellen Degeneres Show," the newly-wedded host promises exclusive photos and insight into her militant attempts to destroy California via her lady-love her summer ceremony. Here's a preview:


Go watch the rest: More Exclusive Moments from Ellen's Wedding!

Cute. And since exposure is the key, this is truly one of the best anti-Proposition 8 tools our side has to offer. Even those in Ellen's audience who don't personally know a married gay couple now do know a married gay couple. They get to see same-sex unions for what they are: Bonds of love, just like those shared between heterosexual couples. And this benign portrait of a non-controversial coupling does more to diffuse the hyperbolic attacks that our opposition insists on waging against our unions than even the most well-financed of ad campaigns.

Brava, E.D.

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