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Debate Score:14
Arguments:12
Total Votes:20
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Do gay men, about to get married, go on separate bachelor parties?

yes

Side Score: 8
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no

Side Score: 6

Are they allowed to see each other in their tux before the wedding day? ;)

Side: yes
1 point

No, but it doesn't count if they're not wearing the tux...

Side: yes
1 point

Yes, because, believe it or not, gay men also like to have bachelor parties, and, also, they may have different families and friends for either party.

Side: yes
1 point

Yes, they should be separate but not outrageous. I was at one Saturday past created by www.gaypartypackages.com a new company catering to gay parties. Excellent. We had a very upscale sit down dinner for 8 with a hot server and then naughty sketch comedy in the living room with more wine and dessert. This is the first service I know that specializes in gay parties and they are good.

Supporting Evidence: gay party packages (www.gaypartypackages.com)
Side: yes

No (male) stripers? ;)

Side: yes
1 point

Like.. yeah, why not? They have relatives, they have different friends. If you are gay, this doesn't mean your fiance is your only friend and you didn't make friends before meeting him. The bachelor party doesn't necessarily have to be in the bar. On the site http://www.weddingforward.com/bachelor-party-ideas/ I found a lot of interesting ideas. Moreover, I'm not sure bar workers will know that this is a gay bachelor party. They are no different.

Side: yes
2 points

Wouldn't they be in the same friendship groups? Thus all their friends would have to go to different bachelor parties?

Either way, I doubt there is any pub in England which would happily host a gay bachelor party.

Side: no
1 point

This is not supposed to be a funny question but I'm really curious...

When they're getting married do they both wear tuxedos or does one wear a dress? And do they not have Bridesmaids at all?

Side: no
-1 points

As we go down this slippery slope of political correctness, I wonder what will happen when every State in America is forced to allow bigamy.

What do you suppose will happen when a man has 30 wives? Will each wife have a bachelorette Party and will the other wives be invited?

What do you suppose will happen when every State is forced to lower the marriage age, and Pedophiles can now legally marry consenting children? Will the children have a Bachelorette Party with other kids?

Ain't Political correctness great? NOT!

Side: no
Waylife Disputed
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As we go down this slippery slope of political correctness, I wonder what will happen when every State in America is forced to allow bigamy.

What is politically correct about bigamy?

Side: yes