In the midst of parties, conferences, parades, a signature event happening this week would serve as a telling reminder of what Pride is all about – love. A mass wedding that is scheduled at Casa Loma for Thursday is anticipated to attract as many as hundred and twenty couples from across the world, and is targeting to be the biggest LGBTQ marriage in history.
Liberty Entertainment Group’s president Nick Di Donato that recently started operating this historic property told that he is anticipating up to 800 people to be a part of the WorldPride event. The couples would tie the not in a glass pavilion, and the guests would be treated to cocktails as well as hors d’oeuvres in gardens.
Among those attempting the knot would be people traveling from nations where same-sex wedding is not illegal. Recently a couple shared their experience as how they desire to celebrate their love for each other openly and a regenerate determination to come back home and push for wedding equality.
For Taiwan’s Lana Yu and Cindy Su, it was kind of a love at 2nd sight. They met each other in their native Taiwan through a mutual friend 4 yers ago. That time, they realized that they both had previously lived 2 buildings apart in Canada at the very same time. They even shared the same post office. In fact, it is more than likely that they have seen each other in ways. The fact is that their relationship has not seen the dark days in spite of same sex wedding marriage prohibition in Taiwan.