The depressing 2nd annual survey says gay couples are less likely to have a formal engagement with rings, less likely to have a ceremony, AND less likely to go on a honeymoon. WTF? Guys we are wayyy too fabulous for this!
Read the stats below and post your thoughts in the comments below.
1. As marriage equality continues to be legalized in more states across the country, the words “commitment ceremony” and “civil union” are becoming scarcer. Eighty-two percent of same-sex couples refer to this occasion as their wedding in invitations, up from 70 percent in 2013.
2. Seventy-one percent of same-sex couples will have a ceremony and reception, as opposed to 96 percent1 of straight couples. Twelve percent of same-sex couples will only have a ceremony, and 7 percent of couples are planning to simply host a reception.
3. Same-sex couples are less likely to have a formal proposal (58 percent) than straight couples (94 percent) 1.
4. Proposing with a ring is not as common for same-sex couples, with about two out of three couples (62 percent) exchanging an engagement ring before or after the proposal.
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