Over the weekend, tens of thousands of people marched through Mexico City in protest against a government proposal to legalize same-sex marriage.
Gay marriage is already legal in Mexico City and some Mexican states, but in the predominantly Roman Catholic country, it remains a controversial issue.
On Sunday, Pope Francis weighed in from Rome, voicing his support for the protestors.
NPR's Mexico City correspondent Carrie Kahn joins Take Two with more.
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