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Article: When ‘Womanless Weddings’ Were Trendy

History holds some of best quirks, don’t you think? How rich is a world that has a fundraising event like this one:

When ‘Womanless Weddings’ Were Trendy
Definitions of marriage in America keep expanding, but for most of the country’s history, the word “wedding” has called to mind images of a woman in a white dress and a man in a black tuxedo. And traditionally, June was the most popular month to get hitched.

So, there’s no better time to reminisce about a once-popular community ritual — still perhaps practiced occasionally — that would seem to be on the edge of extinction: the womanless wedding.

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