The Wedding Of Felicity And Ben
For a long time devoted fans of Felicity the American have always speculated as to what she would do throughout her love life with Ben. Various stories about their wedding have been made, though not much detail had been made about it. So this was where I decided to settle the score regarding the much asked question over whether Felicity and Ben would get married. (In my universe, which I for the most part consider the fairly realistic universe, they do.)
The reason behind the writing of this wedding story of Lissie and Ben was for the purposes of commemorating marriage in the spirit of the definition involving a temporal and eternal bonding between one man and one woman. In an age and society where homosexual marriages (a.k.a. "gay" marriages) are tolerated and even condoned, and divorce, ranging from limited to no-fault, gets rampant, and feminism plays a major part in society on the part of most women as a result of the moral decadence that sprung up from the cultural and sexual revolutions of the 1960s, it gets pretty harder and harder to find people who adhere to longtime tradition prior to the 60s. So I wanted to bring into the world of imagination a time when teenage boys had loads of confidence when talking with teenage girls, which seems to be the opposite of today, and a time when teenagers could fall in love and get married and not so much have the deleterious effects that could very well take place in today's society. In the technological age such times are extraordinarily rare.
For longtime fans of Felicity the American Girl, this story is some sort of ideal love moment.