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Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I (we’re gay) recently decided to get married, but my fiance and various family members are suggesting that we exclude my 92-year-old grandmother from the wedding. She says offensive and hurtful comments to everyone to elicit a reaction, regardless of the setting or situation.
She loves to call people “fat” or “dumb,” uses female pronouns for my fiance and me, and (our favorite) -- lights cigarettes indoors or in restaurants.
She’s very “with it” and according to her doctors, exhibits no signs of senility.
She was a soap opera actress in the ‘50s and ‘60s, so we think she just enjoys the attention.
My parents have talked to her about her behavior, and nothing has changed. I called my grandmother and told her that I want to invite her to the wedding, but that I’m worried about her upsetting other guests.