There is no expectation of procreation in order to get a marriage license.<quoted text>
In all those cases, apart from age and medical conditions, the possibility of consummation is there.
For ss couples? Never.
The same is true about children.
Ss couples are 100% mutually barren.
Consummation is just another profound example of the differences between ss couples and marriage.
The absolute inability to connect the past and the future of humanity in the moment of marriage union.
Admit it, VV, ss couples are disqualified. ALWAYS.
There is no expectation of consummation in order to get a marriage license.
Wrong on both counts
I know veterans that have lost the lower half of their bodies that could not in any way procreate or consummate that were married. There is no such expectation, and they had no difficulty obtaining a marriage license, and are now married.
Your eyes are still tightly closed to the fact that same sex couples are legally married and recognized as such on both the state and federal level.