It would be impossible to desecrate the institution of holy matrimony any more profoundly than to call liaisons between same-sex perverts “marriages.” But that doesn’t mean moonbats can’t try:
A beaming bride, a crumbling warehouse — Babylonia Aivaz said it’s a love that will never die, as she exchanged wedding vows with the Seattle building on Sunday.
Aivaz and the 10th and Union warehouse entered into a self-described “gay marriage,” surrounded by friends singing of love and united against displacement in their neighborhood by means of new development.
Aivaz told the crowd of approximately 50 people about her relationship with the building, which is slated to be demolished in a week to make way for a new apartment complex.
The wedding ceremony even featured vegan cake. But not all local moonbats participated in the gala festivities.
While the majority of the crowd cheered for the love between the woman and the building, some disagreed with how Aivaz described it as a “gay marriage.”
“With the delicate nature of Washington state and the attempt to legalize gay marriage, I find her saying it’s a gay marriage disrespectful,” said Phoenix Lopez.
Lopez and others who held signs reading “This is not a gay marriage,” quietly stood in protest.
In Seattle, even marrying ruins in protest against urban renewal can get you attacked from the left.
On tips from Festivus, Nobody, David O, Turkey Lurker, Zilla, and Shawn.