Down Mexico Way, they're getting weird:
On Sunday, Mexican women in the town of San Jacinto Amilpas held a mock wedding ceremony to "marry" trees. These Roman Catholic women weren't switching to an odd version of paganism where trees can give consent for marriage, but rather enacting an eye-grabbing quasi-environmentalist protest.
One of the "brides" told Ruptly that her "wedding" was a formal protest in favor of the trees.
"I thought it was very interesting the fact, the commitment we have not only with this tree, but with all nature, and how much we have already damaged this, so I decided to come to see the ritual and commit myself in the same way," Andrea Tanant, another bride, told Ruptly.