Surely they must exist because Google tells us that a significant number of people are searching for gay wedding rings on a regular basis. So are they wedding bands striped with a rainbow flag? Is it a ring with more flair than the average piece of wedding jewelry? Or is it some other particular characteristic that tells the world the wearer is gay?
I say it could be any or all of the above (or none for that matter). The wearer defines the wedding ring and not the other way around. A person, no matter their sexual orientation, should choose the ring that speaks to them the most. That’s precisely why some rings are made to appeal to men and women alike; a ring shouldn’t be specific for a man, woman, or based upon sexual orientation. Choose the ring that feels most like YOU!
“I hear what you’re saying, but I still want to know what other gay couples have purchased for their wedding bands,” you say. Okay! As a matter of fact, we do have a couple rings that have been more popular among the gay community. The first is this unique, attractive black band with two rows of cable running through the center. It’s made of the alternative metal titanium, which keeps its beautiful finish for many years. Titanium is also hypoallergenic.
The second is this stunning and distinctive rose finished wedding ring. It also features two rows of strong cable running between the bands of titanium. The cable is a constant reminder of the everlasting strength of your relationship with your partner.
So are there REALLY any gay wedding rings? Maybe, maybe not. I think it’s what you make of them and any ring you’re attracted to is the right choice for you.
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