Let No Man Put Asunder


Let No Man Put Asunder

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18½ x 23 pastel on pastel paper
completed and released June 10, 2004

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100 limited edition Portfolio prints (LOW STOCK)
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I just don’t get why some people fear gays getting married. You will often hear them invoking the ever-tiresome spiel about the “sanctity of marriage.” Have they ever heard the phrase “Til death do us part?” If Britney can get a quicky divorce after fifty-five hours of wedded bliss, and Liz can plow through seven different husbands, then gays should be allowed to do what they do best by bringing back to marriage something that has been missing for quite some time. Class and style.

In May of 2004, Massachusetts became the first state to allow gay marriage. I was inspired by this historic event to create Let No Man Put Asunder.