1. Ryan says

    No comment from Jason yet? I expected to scroll down to the comments to find him ranting about how this was a cop-out because its two women, and two women are more socially acceptable than two men, why didn’t Expedia choose men?, etc. So there you go, Jason– I saved you the trouble.

    Anyway, I thought this was a great piece. I’d love to see more in this series.

  2. says

    Very moving. My dad has always been there for me (my mom passed away when I was 11). With six boys and a daughter my dad was concerned that I would never marry and relentlessly encouraged me to find a partner. “Is this the one?” he would nudge me in the kitchen when I brought a boyfriend home for Sunday dinner.

    And then Greg came into my life and when he came to dinner my dad didn’t ask if he was the one, he cornered me in the kitchen and said “This is the one.” And he was right. My dad will spend more time with my husband doing stuff then he does with my older brothers. My dad has seven grandchildren yet he is more devoted to our son Steven then to any other grandchild.

    Like Nikki and Jill, some of us are graced with wonderful parents. I wish everyone had such love and support.

  3. says

    Hire this media team for MN, WA, MD and ME. Once anyone and especially women attend a gay wedding and see all the love they will be for the freedom to marry. This video does just that. Kudos to Expedia my new travel company. So long Orbitz.

  4. Alex says

    Fred…no need to ditch Orbitz…they were the pioneer in running gay-themed ads on mainstream television (as well as on Logo).
    They still have a GLBT-specific part of their web site for gay travel.

    There is room for both.

    BTW…not entirely unexpected given the CEO of Expedia is Barry Diller.

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