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Ovation: Natasha Frost – A Beautiful Bride And A Wonderful Sister.


MinnesotaLast week in Minnesota, Natasha Frost and Tony Friesen took the opportunity at their wedding reception to make a statement in support of marriage equality.  When the time came for the traditional “tossing of the bouquet”, Natasha handed the flowers to her sister Nitara Frost and her spouse Tabatha Trahan, asking her guests to take action in support of marriage equality.  Frost and Trahan exchanged vows seven years ago and have five children together although they cannot legally wed under current Minnesota law.

In the eyes of this family, and many others, Nitara and Tabatha have demonstrated their married commitment to one another and the life that they share despite their relationship’s lack of legal recognition.  Legislation to repeal Minnesota state’s law limiting the definition of marriage to “one man and one woman” is quickly progressing.  Like many other states, a decision in Minnesota could be dramatically influenced by the ruling pending in the U.S. Supreme Court.

Her sister’s inability to marry may have cast a cloud over Natasha’s nuptials during the months and weeks of preparation for her big day but she certainly did a wonderful thing by acknowledging the love that she has for her sister and publicly declaring that she wants nothing more than for her sister’s relationship to have the same legal standing as her new marriage to Tony.

Natasha Frost was a beautiful bride and is a wonderful sister.


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  1. Do you have like this very much button? This is terrific. Thanks for sharing, BTG


  2. Barneysday permalink

    The remaining obstructionists to equality are old, white guys and religions zealouts. Luckily for all of us, they are also rapidly becoming a tiny minority, as younger people come to the forefront.


  3. I’m glad Natasha & her spouse thought to acknowledge Natasha’s sister & her spouse at their wedding. Sometimes it takes slow but steady pressure to gain the results we desire.


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