Moreover, if you remove the element of procreation, you dumb down marriage to just a friendship. Hardly a cause for government interest, let alone selective discrimination.
First, there is no procreation in gay relationships. Zero.<quoted text>
Allowing gay couples to marry will "remove the element of procreation" from marriage?
How? In what way?
No state in the country bans people who cannot procreate at all, or couples who cannot procreate together, from legally marrying.
Remember, logic is your friend.
Can you prove that allowing gay folks to marry will stop straight people (or gay people) from procreating or raising children?
If not, then you will have a hard time showing how a gay couple marrying "removes procreation" from marriage.
Second, gays are the ones attempting the 'removing' of procreation form marriage. I'm removing nothing. Remember the desolate walnut tree hanging apples on itself claiming to be an apple tree?
I doubt if you ever met logic...