If you have a good relationship with your grandparents, it's understandable to want them at your wedding. But what if they've made it clear that they don't support their gay grandchildren — your cousins?
A man recently took to Reddit to ask for advice in this very situation. He wants his grandparents at his wedding — but his cousins who are gay think it's wrong, because the grandparents skipped their weddings. Now he's asking if he's in the wrong.
I (21m) am getting married this summer. I am straight; my fiancée is a woman, obviously. I have two older cousins (29m and 26f) let's call them Mark and Jane, both of whom are openly gay/lesbian, respectively.
My grandparents (87m and 79f) are unashamedly homophobic. They have attended every straight wedding in the family. They declined invitations to Mark and Jane's weddings because they "don't believe that's a real marriage".