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All The Awesomeness Happening Behind The Scene

What do you do when Love gives you a second chance...? Do you feel scared and run away from it or be brave and grab it with both arms and embrace it in a hug......Tammi and Dori have broken stereotypes - fought against society and finally won and got married - here is their story.

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I have always written about how wonderful it would be to run into your would be spouse at a cafe or bookstore, just like they do in the movies (are you done with rolling your eyes..?)

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Love is love...no matter who you dedicate it to. As long as its giving and caring...and makes the world a happier place. Does it then matter if it's by a man for a man...? I really feel we need more examples of couples like Freddy and Tim to show the world that LGBT people have a right to love and live and society should help them nurture this. 

In Freddy's word - doesn't matter how or where you meet - what matters is where you take it to...

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The high-school/college romance we all secretly wish for is the beginning of this love story. From friends to dating each other to starting a company together and finally getting married. I envy Sandeep and Sarah - in a good way obviously... :) 

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We list 10 places for girls to go tripping solo or with their girl gang - places with lots of fun, party, shopping, cute boys and those that really safe. Places that are not your usual London or New York. Hope you find this list interesting. Now call your girl gang or your travel agent and take a trip...  

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Few weeks ago I met three incredible people in New York Cleo, Kenny and Evan. They were kind enough to let me photograph them in my new collection. We barged in to my friend Russell's amazing loft in Brooklyn and turned it into our studio.

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You may dream of someday living in New York City. And who can blame you? Every other show on TV depicts some glittery skyline filled with beautiful people and endless brunches. But anyone who has moved to The City will know what I mean when I say that we were, to some extent, tricked. We may learn to love it for reasons entirely unexpected (Long Walks, $1 Pizzas, Running in Central Park.) 

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