Hell, we're not even sure you're a woman, let alone straight.<quoted text>I am a heterosexual--don't know about you, and if you were, I would make an exception--but: In addition, according to a 2004 report from the U.S. General Accounting Office, there are at least 1,138 tangible benefits, protections, rights, and responsibilities that marriage brings couples and their kids—and that's just at the federal level. Add in state and local law, and the policies of businesses, employers, universities, and other institutions, and it is clear that the denial of marriage to couples and their kids makes a substantial impact on every area of life, from raising kids, building a life together, and caring for one another, to retirement, death, and inheritance. Most of these cannot be secured by private agreement or through lawyers.
Now let's try working on comprehension. The question was
What rights do i as a heterosexual have that you don't?