Woman Gets Trolled For Marrying Disabled Man, She Hits Them Back(photos)

It’s just plain horrible when people who don’t even know you in real life suddenly call you a gold digger. Just because you married a disabled man, just because you’re an ‘able-bodied’ woman who could have married anyone else. Just because the world is such a horrible place with horrible human beings, you’re being lumped in together with them as well.

‘Squirmy and Grubs’ YouTube channel owners, Shane Burcaw and Hannah Aylward, recently got married (Congratulations!). But it was so unfortunate that people decided to instead leave hate comments on this happy occasion.

It’s just plain horrible when people who don’t even know you in real life suddenly call you a gold digger. Just because you married a disabled man, just because you’re an ‘able-bodied’ woman who could have married anyone else. Just because the world is such a horrible place with horrible human beings, you’re being lumped in together with them as well.

‘Squirmy and Grubs’ YouTube channel owners, Shane Burcaw and Hannah Aylward, recently got married (Congratulations!). But it was so unfortunate that people decided to instead leave hate comments on this happy occasion.

The happily married Minnesota couple shared their wedding pictures and Hannah couldn’t be happier with it. But hate comments quickly swarmed in and we genuinely wonder how they could be so fast to share negative comments on a happy ocassion.

From posting dollar emojis, a ‘wtf’ to asking if he is rich and why she would marry some she has to take care of the rest of her life. Some are just straight horrible that basically says she is out of his league and is a gold digger for marrying him.

Hannah’s comment, however, is so uplifting for anyone.

“If the past two years of having a YouTube channel have taught me anything, it’s that you’re never going to be able to educate everyone. No matter what you do, some people will just never come around. Worrying about these people’s opinions is a waste of time, and as time has gone on, it’s become so much easier to genuinely have no internal reaction to comments like these.

“A few years ago, reading words like these was painful. For a while, I held onto the idea that once Shane and I were married, all the people doubting our relationship would realize it was real. Now, of course, I’m not that naive. Although it’s taken time, I’m able to completely dismiss people like this. Shane and I continue to make content and share our story with the hopes of showing as many people as we can that disabled people are worthy partners.”

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