Another lie. You didn't list the relationships that exist apart from sex and procreation that are not called marriage. Virtually every personal relationship that exists qualifies.<quoted text>
Um, I think I did list them... Heterosexual relationships and homosexual relationships. Those are the two.
You keep saying that "Ss couples will only ever be a mutually sterile, duplicate gendered half of marriage. A defective failure of mating behavior. Ss marriage is an oxymoron."
You're the one who keeps dragging procreation and mating behavior into the conversation; insisting that they be present, otherwise a couple cannot be married.
And you always conveniently forget that even though same-sex couples don't procreate, we do adopt children. So, we have families. While you might not define these groups of people living under the same roof as "families", they are indeed families.
I drag nothing into marriage. I simply note that mating behavior is the basis for marriage and procreation has no need to be 'demanded'. They are the very foundation and only reason for the social constraint of marriage.
Nor do I 'forget' anything. There is a vast distinction between offspring of marriage and all other default situation.
Homosexuals can live a lie if they want. You cannot demand that I live that lie with you, or be quiet about pointing it out.