Why have there been straight men in my wedding until now?

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Why have there been straight men in my wedding until now?

Another nail in the coffin of homophobia was nailed down last night in the first proud wedding episode in the history of a wedding, and in Israel as in Israel, if you want to reach the heart of the mainstream there is one main way – you need to be as flourishing as possible.

And we love blooms. “A wedding at first sight.” Screenshot / Arc 12

Our first groom is Guy, and the dissonance between him and the other men of Khatunmi raises the question “Why have there been straight men in her until now?”. Guy has a healthy hairline – and I can not believe I’m saying this, Even too healthy – his apartment is spacious, tidy and boasts a double-digit number of medals from sports competitions. In the face of Daniel and Moshe’s deforestation, in the face of Ben’s dungeon flat, even relative to the other hitchhikers that Khatonmi boasted about, Guy seems to earn more than Lior or Itamar. It’s a metonymy for the inferiority of straight men and a testament to the accomplishments of their counterparts on the other side of the court – and also to how much the standard of beauty leaps when it comes to gay men.

>> In the previous recap we tried to understand based on what the couples are dating

Experts tell of a guy who is shy and introverted and I wonder if this is a passive euphemism, as the question of mythological attraction gets a refreshing and dangerous twist in a same-sex wedding. Have our experts tested this a priori fit in all their mysterious tests? As a person I hope so, as a viewer I hope not.

We're a guy too.  We too. "A wedding at first sight".  Screenshot / Arc 12

We’re a guy too. We too. “A wedding at first sight.” Screenshot / Arc 12

Matan meets Guy, another Lard from a dream country who works as a dentist in the IDF and probably sleeps with a friend in Kiryat (?). Fly on your trip Matan. Do we have couples based on the desire for children? The year 2022 The divorce rate and its scarring effect on children has been studied length and breadth. Ready for this discourse.

Rinat and Daniel do business as usual. The two return from the honeymoon and wrestle with the question of residence, Daniel shows Rinat his impossible gallery apartment, and she thinks it will be more comfortable that at first everyone sleeps in his own room. She also thinks it would be more convenient for them not to meet at all or talk on WhatsApp, but she does not say that out loud. The two rent a third apartment, with all good will Rinat says that “maybe time can lead to some change” What change? Will you go blind? At this point, her attempts to “give it a chance” just seem tragic.

Do not be so calm. "A wedding at first sight".  Screenshot / Arc 12

Do not be so calm. “A wedding at first sight.” Screenshot / Arc 12

Daniel again grabs Rinat on the couch in the new apartment, not before asking “Can I have a hug?” And not waiting for an answer. You almost understood the concept of “consent”, a little more and you are there. Poncho and Knockout, Rinat and Daniel’s dogs, meet and it’s a good time to remember that Knockout – the ugliest name in the world – is a post-traumatic dog with behavioral problems. But it seems that Rinat does not have the strength to recreate the mediation of anxieties through dogs that have fed us Venus and Raspberry, and she is mostly desperate to try to restrain Knock and his owner.

Knock also has a hard time understanding boundaries. "A wedding at first sight".  Screenshot / Arc 12

Knock also has a hard time understanding boundaries. “A wedding at first sight.” Screenshot / Arc 12

Back to the two dumplings Guy and Matan. The two exchange the most flourishing gifts imaginable – a case of cocktails from the spacehouse and a frame with racks and a Polaroid Instax camera. It’s as if almost Sagi knew that Matan was a doctor in the IDF and wanted to help him make his clinic look like the office of Mishkeit T.S. Why? Could not check who is taller?

Take out a ruler. "A wedding at first sight".  Screenshot / Arc 12

Take out a ruler. “A wedding at first sight.” Screenshot / Arc 12

After the canopy, it turns out, of course, that the two know each other. Not from an intimate photo exchange in the grinder, but from an unsuccessful matchmaking attempt. Although Guy says that he knows Matan only as a name and a picture, Matan, on the verge of crying, says that it is difficult to meet someone here from whom you have experienced rejection. From here to the end of the episode providing a broadcast of anxiety that does not leave the viewer despite Guy’s failed attempts at sedation. I can run ties and find out if they are still together, but I prefer someone to confirm or refute my theory that Virgo Guy and giving fish. See you at celebrations.



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