TWO half-siblings combating for the correct to get married have hit again at trolls who advised them to “burn in hell”.
Ana Parra solely met her half-brother Daniel when she was 20 – however she stated she immediately fell in love and the couple now have two children, aged 5 and three.
The siblings, from Spain, are combating for the correct to tie the knot.
Ana, whose dad deserted her when she was a toddler, stated they each initially discovered it exhausting to “admit” their love for one another.
“We didn’t wish to realise it,” Ana advised Spanish media.
“We have been indignant with ourselves as a result of it was exhausting to confess and break that taboo. We’re siblings despite the fact that we didn’t really feel that approach.”
After assembly up and kissing for the primary time, Ana stated they “felt considerably ashamed of what had simply occurred”.
However Daniel stated: “That kiss broke all obstacles, marked a earlier than and after. It was like a actuality verify.”
“Think about liking a lady and, for an ethical motive, being forbidden to be together with her. It’s actually exhausting to cope with.”
The pair first began seeing one another in secret.
However they ultimately determined to go public with their relationship in a giant TV interview after a visit to London.
“We didn’t really feel like telling everybody our story one after the other, in order that’s why we determined to inform it this fashion,” Ana stated.
However after telling their world about their secret, they confronted a barrage of abuse.
“There are individuals who have written to us on social media telling us that we’re going to burn in hell,” Ana stated.
Regardless of the backlash, the pair now have two youngsters.
Ana insisted each the children are “completely wholesome” regardless of the chance of them being born with a recessive illness because of their mother and father being genetically associated.
In Spain, the regulation bans marriage between direct family – though consensual incest isn’t a criminal offense.
However Ana and Daniel wish to make it official and get married – and are combating to alter the regulation.
“Societies should advance and never cling to traditionalism,” Ana stated.
“We love one another and that’s what ought to prevail. We’re not harming anybody.
“That’s the reason we would like folks to know our story.”