The recent California Supreme Court ruling allowing same-sex marriages has spawned a persnickety problem: what to do about current forms mentioning the "bride and groom" four times and prohibiting “alterations.” While one official assured the AP of “compliance with the court order,” an activist was less perturbed: “the t's crossed and i's dotted on the form are the least of our concerns.”
A conservative opponent of the measure urged separate forms for homosexual and heterosexual marriages. "If the definition is seen to be so fluid, where do you stop?" he said. "Why is it wrong for two men and a woman to get married? I don't want to see the top of THAT wedding cake."