Three Men Tie The Knot In Thailand To Become The World's First Wedded Threesome

Threesome men have exchanged their vows during a marriage-style ceremony on Valentines Day at their home in Uthai Thani Province, Thailand.

Three gay men will definitely be record into the guinness book of records after tying the knot in what is thought to be the world's first three-way same-sex marriage.

Joke, 29, Bell, 21 and Art, 26, exchanged vows during a marriage-style ceremony on Valentine's Day at their home in Uthai Thani Province, Thailand.

According to the reports, The grooms are thought to be the world's only wedded male threesome and have become internet sensations since photos from their big day went viral.

In what they described as the happiest day of their lives, they walked down the aisle dressed in suits and exchanged vows and rings.

Bell, From Phitsanulok Province, said: "Some people may not agree and are probably amazed by our decision, but we believe many people do understand and accept our choice. Love is love, after all."

Although same-sex marriages are not recognised as legitimate under Thai law, the trio were able to consummate their love under Buddhist law.

Art, from Chiang Mai Province, met Joke, from Uthai Thani Province, through business and while working closely in 2010 their relationship blossomed into a romance. They have lived together ever since.

However, more LGBT rights are applicable than ever before in the country, with religious groups declaring their support for civil marriages between gay and lesbian couples.

Joke believes same-sex marriages are just as valid as any legally sanctioned ceremony and are now treated as such.

Joke said: "Now Thai society has a better understanding of sexual orientation as many same-sex weddings appear on TV, newspapers and social media, we feel more accepted and able to come out.

"Most people all around us can accept that and many people have given us their blessing."

He said the threesome "love each other and live together like brothers", something he hoped the world could understand.


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