Editor's Note: Queerview Mirror is a review from two of our editorial team, Serena Freewomyn and Waymon Hudson. If you'd like something reviewed, feel free to pass it on. If they like you, they might look at it, otherwise- suck it.
Serena: Well, I guess the jig is up. If same sex marriage is legal in California, I have run out of excuses to tell my mom about why I'm not married yet.
Serena: Long Beach Pride is gonna be out of control this weekend coming on the tail of the court ruling!
Waymon: Yeah, it will be fun times!! So do I hear wedding bells for the S-Dawg?
Serena: Hells no you don't! It's still an oppressive institution that props up patriarchy.
Waymon: I thought you were a misogynist . . . You should love marriage. Tee-hee!
Serena: Ha ha! Yeah - I need to find me a girly girl to boss around so she can shine my shoes, and make my breakfast, and then I can slap her around.
Waymon: I love your sarcasm. So woo-hoo, marriage equality! How historic!
Serena: Boring! I just want the constitutionally protected right to wear assless chaps in public.
Waymon: Hell yeah!
Serena: Oh, and I want the constitutionally protected right to ride a motorcycle with a hotty.
Waymon: You should start an equality group for that.
Serena: LOL - I think that group already exists, babe. It's called the dykes on the bikes. They're 30, remember? That's like 50 in gay years.
Waymon: Yes. I remember all of the copyright symbols in your post about them . . .
Serena: Smart ass. So like, are you and the hubby gonna move to Cali to make it o-fish?
Waymon: We are! This means a lot to me. We have our civil union from Vermont, so why not collect another certificate and anniversary? Maybe we'll register again!
Serena: LOL - you should register at Good Vibes.
Waymon: Hot! I certainly don't want some stupid blender or something. I want fun wedding gifts.
Serena: I'll bet you looked so pretty in your wedding dress in Vermont!
Waymon: I was stunning. Lots of lace and beadwork. I know your wedding dress wouldn't be white.
Serena: Shh! Actually, if I ever got married (and this is a big if), I would want to wear a copy of the dress that Eliza Doolittle wore to the embassy ball in My Fair Lady. Harry Winston tiara and all.
Waymon: Fierce! So would you ever get married?
Serena: No. But I would have a killer party and a fancy dress.
Waymon: Nice. A "you don't own me" party.
Serena: Exactly. Congrats on your upcoming wedding!