Well, the other day, they got married. Actually, they eloped, more or less. The only people on hand were the rabbi who officiated and two friends who served as witnesses and signed their marriage contract. Some of their friends and family members disapproved of their union, they said. I also have to believe that had their wedding more public, it could have been turned, possibly by uninvited guests, into something they never wanted it to be.
Here is an edited copy of their ceremony:
While I am happy for them, I have one question for Liz (assuming, of course, she reads this blog!): You describe yourself as a "second wave feminist." Every second-wave feminist whom I've read, or of whom I've heard, has been transphobic. Some even deny the existence of transgenderism or transsexuality. So I wonder how marrying a trans man fits into your views? Or have they changed?
If she still thinks herself a "second wave" feminist and is marrying Scout because, in spite of what she thinks, she's madly and irrationally in love with him...well, then, what can I say? Maybe that's true love. If it is, that's all the more reason to be happy for them!