Wedding days are fraught enough with nerves, without groups of protestors outside the doors waving banners insulting your very humanity.
And especially without your ceremony being stopped, because said protestors have issued a challenge in the courts regarding your mental competence to marry.
Yet that is precisely what happened to Victor Manuel Aguirre Espinoza and Fernando Urias Amparo, when they attempted to marry in Mexicali, Baja California. It brought them face to face with a local Christian group equally determined to destroy the marriage.
The backlash has been felt around the world alongside the hashtag #MisDerechosNoSonLocura (My Rights Are Not Crazy).