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And a bizarre spectacle it is, thought the region's paper of record will never say so. I feel rather sorry for the brides and brides and grooms and grooms pictured, though I'd be a good deal more sympathetic if it weren't for the children being roped into these adults' lifestyle experiments.
Meantime, this from the first to get hitched in P'town:
Yarbrough, a part-time bartender who plans to wear leather pants, tuxedo shirt, and leather vest during the half-hour ceremony...says the concept of forever is "overrated" and that he, as a bisexual, and Rogahn, who is gay, have chosen to enjoy an open marriage. "I think it's possible to love more than one person and have more than one partner, not in the polygamist sense,'' he said. "In our case, it is, we have, an open marriage.''