Mating behavior today is the end result of simple genderless life forms evolving into two genders resulting in the ability for those species to survive.<quoted text>
So let me get this straight are you saying that the true definition of marriage is a union that can procreate through sexual intercourse of the person that they are married to? So according to that bs than I guess all those infertile hetrosexual couples are not considered to married either. Now that doesn't seem right. Or what about the couples that get married but choose not to have kids? Is that not considered marriage either? Correct me if I'm wrong but I was under the asumption that marriage was a union joined together by love. But I guess I'm just a nieve legally married in this state of california lesbian and a mother of five highly intelligent, well rounded children.
Marriage is simply various customs culture created to support and celebrate the mating behavior union of those two genders. It is a union that hails back to the very roots of evolution, the recreation of a simple single genderless life form.
Duplicate genders cannot in any aspect replicate those basics.
Marriage links the beginning of life to the present. That has always been the case in every single culture. A 'reunion' of genders to 'one.' What has changed? Please, be specific.
Gay couples have never and CAN never replicate that.
Let me know if you have any more questions.