Mary Beth Daniels
Mary Beth Daniels is a writer and wedding photographer in Texas. During her divorce, she was adopted by an amazing community of softball-playing lesbians who changed her life.
Two of the couples she loved dearly planned to go to California to get married, and invited her along to photograph their weddings. But before they solidified their plans, Proposition 8 was passed, banning gay marriage. On the night of the 2008 elections, roiling with shock and upset over the passage of this new legislation, she began writing Heteroflexibility.
She still hopes same-sex marriage will be restored and is thrilled that other states are passing legislation recognizing that love is love is love.
As for Texas allowing gay marriage, she's not going to hold her breath.
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Heteroflexibility: A Romantic Comedy
by Mary Beth Daniels
Zest is photographing a wedding when she is served divorce papers by her philandering husband. Desperate and destitute, she accompanies a group of lesbians on their elopement to California. The minister they hired turns out to be an anti-gay zealot hell-bent on showing them their wicked ways, and the women are chased across town in a hilarious attempt to elude the protesters.
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