Just an observation- it's interesting that homosexuals want to be able to freely "marry" each other, but get indignant when these "marriages" are spoken of in the general vicinity of talk of multiple-party "marriages," or brother "marrying" sister, or someone "marrying" a pet or livestock, or someone "marrying" their imaginary friend, or? It's as if once homosexuals are allowed into the house of matrimony they want to slam and lock the door on all of the other good folks who want to get "married" after their own fashion too. Why should they care if uncle Bob and his of-age niece get "married," or some cat lady wants to "marry" all 36 of her feline companions. It doesn't harm or cheapen the homosexual "marriage..." does it? I mean, how could it?
I'm coming around to the point of view that anyone who wants to "marry" any other person or persons, any other being or inanimate object, even his or her own self, should be allowed to do so. In a world gone mad, what does it matter? There will still only be one*** marriage ***recognized by God.;)