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The beautiful state of South Carolina is a great choice for your same-sex wedding. It offers a lot of wonderful, scenic locations — from the coastal town of Charleston to the capital city of Columbia. Start making your preparations and browsing for gay-friendly wedding vendors,. You should also add fun side trips to your agenda. Check out some of the best spots in South Carolina.
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It's not got a great reputation for being friendly over here in the UK - but thought that may just be an old wives tale! Where did the non-gay friendly reputation for Charleston come from in the UK? Yes - Charleston is a southern city steeped in Christian values which can sometimes appear to the visitor as very conservative but as far as accepting and welcoming of ALL - I've never seen a place that one can so easily adapt to in such a short amount of time. I am not gay but I have several colleagues and friends that are and they have never felt discriminated here as they may in other places. There is a very active gay community and there are several annual events focused on this community.
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