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But there have been a lot of changes over the years and people are a lot more accepting now.'My three eldest sons all know about Susan.

Mrs Platt, a mother-of-three, from Leeds, West Yorks, said: 'Some people might not understand our relationship but it works perfectly for us.'I truly believe that people should be themselves and enjoy life, and that is what Ian, Susan and I do each and every day.

There are three people in this marriage - Ian, Lisa and Susan - but I wouldn't have it any other way.'Mr Platt, a customer care adviser for a tele-communications firm, said: 'Everyone is very supportive. 'I have been like this for 40 years and I always felt like that.

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Mrs Platt said: 'I met him as Ian first, he was really nice - he would always say he was quiet as Ian. Mrs Platt said: 'The whole ceremony was just really funny and lovely. Most of the people there had met Ian and Susan before.'My mum likes Ian, although she doesn't like to see him dressed as Susan.

On the day of the cermony my dad walked me down the aisle and Ian was there in his morning suit.'Afterwards my mum and dad left so we went home first for an hour, so Ian could get changed into his wedding dress for the reception.

And by the time guests arrived at a hotel for the wedding reception Mr Platt had transformed himself into a radiant bride.

The 100 guests roared with approval as the two brides cut their two wedding cakes - one saying 'Ian and Lisa' and the other saying 'Susan and Lisa.'The newly weds also had their first dance as brides and gave speeches thanking family and friends before jointly throwing a bouquet of flowers over their heads towards guests.

- Male sex workers' support program stronger than ever (2012): When Matthew Taylor founded HUSTLE: Men on the Move in Vancouver in 2007, it was one of the few outreach organizations in Canada to work specifically with men in the sex industry, providing peer support, safer-sex materials, nutrition, harm reduction and needle exchanges to street-level sex workers and street-involved youth. There are still only a handful of male-specific support services that exist across the country.