September 21, 2020 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

These Two Frat Brothers Finally Tied the Knot After 10 Years

When Adrian Homer and Harrison Guy met in 2007, they were both part of the Delta Phi Upsilon fraternity for gay men of color. At age 22 and 29, the age gap might have been a deterrent to entering into a romantic relationship. Homer was still a Senior in college, while Guy was on the cusp of his ’30s, out making moves in the business world. They fell in love, and seven years later, Guy popped the question.

Homer and Guy’s wedding took place this April in Houston, Texas, with the supportive parents of both grooms in attendance. And can we just say, their wedding is the stuff of dreams.

Go get ’em, grooms!

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