Me and my fiance are planning on getting married next summer. I have told my mother, and asked her if we could use her country house/acreage for the wedding. She is fine with it, but her fiance may not be. My mother asked me to speak to Larry about it... but I know that as much as he is supportive of me and my girlfriend, he is not supportive of gay marriage. So I have asked him if we could get together for coffee to have a talk. I want to tell him that we have planned a day, and ask him if he is okay with us doing it at his and my mothers property. Im afraid of him saying no. And if he does, I will tell him that if his reasons are that he does not support the idea of 2 women getting married, then he is not welcome to come to my wedding. That will hurt alot of people, including me, but why woudl I want him there if he doenst support us? Is this fair? Is it too much to ask to use his property, even though my mom is okay with it? he loves my fiance.. thinks she is great, and gets along with her fabulously... but he just might not be okay with the idea of us getting married. How do I approach this?
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