Marriage is a legal contract. Any religious elements are purely *optional*. That's why Jews can marry or Hindus can marry or atheists can marry. The religious part isn't necessary at all.<quoted text> No! Marriage is traditional a Religious ceremony.
Marriage in the ancient Hebrew culture was polygamous and women were viewed as property. Is that the "tradition" you favor?Genesis 2:24 - Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.
Fruitful: sure, there is. The same fruit straight couples have: increased stability, legal benefits, kinship bonding, better environment for children, etc.There is nothing fruitful, religious or traditional about gay marriage
Religious: irrelevant. Religion isn't a required component of marriage.
Traditional: irrelevant. Tradition isn't an argument in and of itself.