Guy Asks If He’s In The Wrong For Asking His Gay Brother Not To Bring His Boyfriend To His Wedding

Guy Asks If He’s In The Wrong For Asking His Gay Brother Not To Bring His Boyfriend To His Wedding

We have on our hands a scenario in which a good guy tries to make the “right” choice between ruining his wedding, something that means the world to his fiancée, and hurting his own brother.

The groom wants to avoid hurting the people he cares about and felt forced to make his choice based on what would cause least damage. At the end he was still not sure if he made the right call so he asked for some help…

Some people think he did the right thing here because there will be other appropriate times for his brother to make his announcement.
Here is how other people reacted to his dilemma…

 
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Why are you and your fiancée spending money on relatives of yours who you know would pass judgement on your brother. Why invite folks like that to your wedding? I wouldn’t want homophobic relatives at my wedding.

I think he is the [email protected]&e for putting you In that position. Normally bringing a date should not be about sexual orientation but since he has been uncomfortable telling family before, he has made it an issue. He needs to focus on your day and then stop hiding who he is and come out afterwards. Not an easy situation but he shouldn’t expect you to be his buffer on your wedding day. Explain that you have no issue with him being gay and that you will do whatever you can to make that process as good as possible for him and that you will support him- just not on your wedding day where you will be too busy to give him support that you want to give

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