while I am simply pointing out that same sex couples are indeed married, legally, and recognized on the state and federal level, a fact, not opinion.<quoted text>
I'm simply pointing out that the reunion of a man and woman in marriage connects humanity with the very roots of their existence and, at the same time, reaches into the future with the next generation.
But you bring up an interesting point. Even the Bible notes the incredibly profound fact that marriage reunites what was originally one genderless being.
A ss couple just cannot equate to that depth of diversity in a heterosexual couple united as one, in anyway, shape or form. The past and future joined by a man and woman into the present embarrassingly exposes the absolute barrenness of a ss couple.
It really makes it shameful to even speak of equating the two relationships.
You brought up barrenness again, so I will remind you again, that argument was laughed at in the supreme court, there are millions of couples that either cannot or choose not to have children, and we have never ever stopped them from getting married, the ability or decision to have children is not any kind of basis for deciding if a couple can marry, never has been.