no, that is the proper way to address issues. that is how civil rights were opened up on the 60s. that is how segregation in public accomodations were done away with.
our u.s. constitution, our laws, our entire system is based upon the public's ability to address legal issues and questions before a judge and to allow them to make the decision. our constitution formed the 3 branches of the government - each with it's own powers and responsibilities in order to keep the other 2 in check. is that what you really want to do? change our system, change our constitution so that any given minority could be subject to the whims of discrimination by the majority? you want to take away the people's rights to go before a judge and address issues with public secular laws? i'm not so sure you'd like that outcome either, all things considered.
we're a government of the people
not a government of judges
laws were made by representatives of all the people not just gays
you gays changed it
it was never envisioned like it is today