Hathaway Inspired By Gay Brother's Wedding

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Actress Anne Hathaway is planning the songs she wants played at her wedding - after watching her gay brother marry his longterm boyfriend.
The Devil Wears Prada star was thrilled when her older brother Michael married his partner Josh in New York because it was a truly magical event.
She says, "At one point, he and his husband were standing up there, and my mom got up to sing. She was just beaming straight love into them, and everyone felt it, and it was just this really beautiful moment."
And Hathaway admits that even though she does not obsess about her dream wedding, there is one important detail she is already planning for when she eventually ties the knot - the music.
She adds, "I haven't thought about the food; I haven't thought about the look; I haven't thought about my dress. I haven't really thought about the guy. But every once in a while, I'll listen to a song, and I'm like, 'I want that at my wedding.' You Are the Best Thing by Ray LaMontagne, that's going to be, like, the number one wedding song for the next 25 years. Trust me."


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I repsect Ann's and her brother's perspective on homosexuality. But I wish they knew the truth that no one is born gay and that people should have the right to choose which sexuality is right for them. True diversity is respecting all people, not just the gay rights groups that think like them. Check out www.gaytostraight.org to learn the facts, not the liberal media hype.
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The American Psychological Association can provide facts that do not conflict with political or religion biased views. The following is an extract from the document Sexual orientation and homosexuality from the APA. Way to go Anne!What Can Be Done to Overcome the Prejudice and Discrimination that Gay Men, Lesbians, and Bisexuals Experience?Research has found that the people who have the most positive attitudes toward gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals are those who say they know one or more gay, lesbian or bisexual person well, often as a friend or co-worker. For this reason, psychologists believe that negative attitudes toward gay people as a group are prejudices that are not grounded in actual experience but are based on stereotypes and misinformation. Furthermore, protection against violence and discrimination are very important, just as they are for any other minority groups. Some states include violence against an individual on the basis of his or her sexual orientation as a "hate crime," and ten U.S. states have laws against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
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