Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning. I like to think I can’t bring myself to object if the Mormon Tabernacle Choir all want to marry one another in one fell swoop. I almost got sucked into reading the Yahoo News article about it anyway, though.
Yahoo news headed things up with a photo of the male members of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir all dressed up in suits, evidently having intended to get married to one-another and having been refused by the LDS Church permission-givers. At least I assume so. The pic and the headline, Mormon Leader Outlines Opposition To Gay Marriage [http://news.yahoo.com/mormon-leader-outlines-opposition-gay-marriage-173205476.html]
So what the hell am I supposed to care what the Mormon leaders think about the Choir engaging in holy matrimony with itself? Brigham Young had more damned wives than anyone those days could count and history doesn’t even mention whether he could sing a note, nor whether they could.
I’ve never been offended by whether Brigham Young’s wives were women or men in drag. Never even asked myself a question about it. But I’m betting if they could sing, even if they were women, it would be the only thing non-dramatic about having that many women in a household.
Anyway, I didn’t read the article, but I hope the damned choir goes ahead and marries one another if they want to, no matter what the LDS leadership thinks about it. Maybe all get on bicycles and scoot off to Alabama and find a judge there to tie the knot.