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Man Crunch, the fastest growing male relationship service online, decided to bring couples from all over the world to celebrate their love.
Man Crunch chose the Toronto Pride Parade as it was the 30th anniversary, with an expected turnout of over a million supporters.Gay marriage also celebrated its fifth year across Canada (though it has been legal in some provinces longer than that) and Toronto has an international reputation of being extremely gay-friendly.Toronto Pride rivals larger cities and consistently holds one of – if not the – largest pride events in North America.The couples from out of town were flown in on Thursday, and stayed at the Sheraton, which partnered with Man Crunch as the hotel sponsor.On Friday, the group went to Toronto’s city hall to obtain their marriage licences, as well as speak to the press.After interviews with the CBC and American media, the press junket continued at an open lunch.
The couples had Saturday to spend as they pleased – their last days of singlehood – before the big day.
On Sunday, everyone met for breakfast, hair and makeup thanks to another partner, Diva Weddings and Events.
When most children dream about their wedding day, they imagine themselves walking down the aisle in a church, or exchanging vows barefoot on a beach in front of a handful of friends and family.
Certainly almost no one envisions themselves riding down the longest street in the world atop a giant wedding cake in front of millions of screaming people.
But that’s just what six couples from all over the world did on July 4, 2010: they took the plunge atop a moving float as it made it’s way down Yonge Street in Toronto during the 30th anniversary Gay Pride Parade.
Sponsored by this website, Get Hitched 2010 was a whirlwind weekend for the 12 affianced – Brenda and Georgi from Toronto, Dave and Brett from Calgary, Brian and John from San Diego, Kevin and Bill from Chicago, Kristen and Ka Lisa from Atlanta, and Guillermo from Mexico and Gustavo from Brazil.