Actually Rosie we weren't. First, not every racial combination was prohibited, only certain ones. It wasn't applied equally. Second, who or what determined "race"?. Third, there are numerous races/ethnic groups, but only two sexes. Lastly, how is a person who is half of one and half of another classified in terms of who they can marry?<quoted text>
And we were all treated equally when it came to marrying someone of the same race. But since a white person couldn't marry a black person, while a black person could, they weren't treated equally.
A man can marry a woman, but a woman can't. Not equal.
Physically impossible. A man can marry a woman and vice versa.A woman can marry a man, but a man can't. Not equal.
Actually they can, its just not legally recognized.Everybody can only marry one person. Equal.
Should everybody be able to marry more than one person?
True, its as old as monogamous marriage.Well, I'm sure you're not the first person to come up with the idea, why not see if there is a forum about that subject?