Amazon.com doesn't seem to have taken the similar suggestion I made. Their wedding section, which contains tons of information about event planning and etiquette and so forth, uses gender nonspecific language throughout, but is covered in stock images of White, middle-class, opposite-sex couples. Well, there are a few people of color plopped into these scenes, but imagery of any traditions other than White American is noticably absent. I e-mailed them and mentioned that I appreciate the gender-neutral language and pointed out how popular the site is among same-sex couples, and suggested they might want to include some imagery depicting same-sex pairs. I did not receive a response to the e-mail I sent months ago, and while they continue to update the wedding section, they are still using the same sort of stock photography.
I did, however, receive a response from Amazon when I sent them this e-mail:
COMMENTS: It would be great if the "sold, ship now" e-mails for items with expedited shipping could have "expedited" stand out better. For instance:
Please ship item immediately via EXPEDITED shipping speed.
Please ship item immediately via ***EXPEDITED*** shipping speed.
Please ship item immediately via OMGOMGEXPEDITED!!!1!!111!!11ONE11! shipping speed.
I got an actual personal response, saying that my obnoxious, half-joking suggestion was valuable and would be used in future updates to the system.