Best story after the one about the lgbt migrants who arrived in Tijuana first.
At least seven LGBT couples traveling with the Central American migrant caravan held a symbolic mass wedding near the U.S.–Mexico border over the weekend.
Officiants from a Unitarian Universalist delegation wed the couples in a ceremony in Tijuana, Mexico, on Saturday, according to multiple reports.
Hugo Córdoba, one of the officiants, described the wedding as an “act of justice,” according to NBC News.
“The dream of marrying is an illusion for most of them,” Córdoba said. “We are helping them make this a reality.”