Two gay males to get married on 2014 Rose Parade float
The 2014 Rose Parade will feature two gay males Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair getting married on one of the floats. AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is the sponsor of this gay marriage Rose Parade float. Last year, there was a marriage between a man and a woman on one of the Rose Parade floats. But traditional marriage is so 2013. You can’t even get away from progressive liberal indoctrination at a family event like the Rose Parade anymore.
|Two gay males to get married on 2014 Rose Parade float|
Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair, a gay male couple from Los Angeles together over a decade, will get married during the 125th Rose Parade® on AHF’s third annual float entry.
AHF float invokes the 2014 theme: ‘Dreams Come True,’ with Loots and Leclair ‘Living the Dream’ as they legally marry and proclaim with AHF that ‘Love is the Best Protection,’ recognizing the role marriage can play in reducing HIV infections among gay men.
Playing off the Tournament’s 2014 theme of ‘Dreams Come True,’ Aubrey Loots, 42, and Danny Leclair, 45, a gay male couple from Los Angeles together over a decade, will be ‘Living the Dream’ as they legally marry on New Year’s Day during the historic parade. AHF’s ‘Living the Dream’ float will highlight the fact that ‘Love is the Best Protection.’
Loots, originally from South Africa, and Leclair, from Canada, together own Studio DNA Salons, a chain of three successful L.A. area hair salons. Loots also shares the distinction of being recognized as a Wella Top Artist, who serves celebrity and civilian clients alike while his soon to be husband manages the day to day operations.