Should opting out of attending a heterosexual couple's wedding be an appropriate form of political protest, with same-sex couples barred from tying the knot across much of the U.S.?
That's what HuffPost Gay Voices Editor At Large Michelangelo Signorile and Josh Robbins discussed in a Dec. 19 appearance on HuffPost Live.
Their conclusions were split. Of heterosexual weddings, Robbins noted, "It's a tough event because I'm not an equal American. Once I'm an equal American, yeah, let's all celebrate!"
Signorile, who penned a Dec. 13 blog on the subject, said the only time he'd suggest making the political statement is "when the person who invited you is against gay marriage or anti-gay."
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