Do heterosexuals currently have a right to marry? Or only the ability?<quoted text>I see you got my point. But it isn't a right, it is an extra ability. If it was a right, then all sorts of weird marriages would be a right. My problem with it is not in it happening, but solely in pretending it is a right.
I believe that in the end, this will be determined under equal protection under the law--hence a right. Marriage is a legal status that ensures that a number of rights are available--inheritance being one, but there are a number of others.