If this isn’t the first same-sex traditional wedding on the African continent — which is what many are calling it — it’s certainly novel enough to be attracting a lot of attention.
The Huffington Post reports that Tshepo Cameron Modisane and Thoba Calvin Sithol, both 27, were married in the town of KwaDukuza in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in a ceremony that merged Zulu and Tswana traditions.
“The great step that we took in our relationship as a gay couple was introducing each other to our families,” Modisane told Mamba Online. “We are so blessed to have supportive families who care about us. Even though we are gay, they still love us.”
First, second or 100th, it seems when it comes to relationships that test tradition, some experiences are universal.
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