That's like saying everyone was equally able to marry one person of the same race before Loving v VA.<quoted text>
Yes Rose, everyone is equally able to marry one person of the opposite sex. Your point?
Stupid, my point is that a man doesn't have the same right a woman does, the right to marry a man. And a woman doesn't have the same right a man does, the right to marry a woman.
Loving v VA stated marriage is a right.The fact that you feel that way, doesn't make it an equal rights issue. It simply a question of inclusion.
No, Skinner v Oklahoma said marriage was a "right"- Loving V Virginia extended that right to interracial couples. Loving v Virginia had nothing to do with marriage being a "right", that had already been decided.
Why lie? It's so easy to look it up.