So interesting, you have added to what can't be legally reproduced. So let me get this straight, gay marriage represents the ability to not be subjected to taxes (currently the case before the Supreme court), to be able to get government benefits that you would otherwise not be entitled to, and the right to not be forced into telling the truth in a court of law when your partner is up on charges of some sort.<quoted text>
That's not true at all.
Try claiming spousal privilege to exclude from a trial statements made to your partner when you're not married.
Or try to assert a claim of inheritance absent a will when you're not married.
Good luck with that.
Well then, I guess we all should be able to marry anyone or anything we want then because hey, no one wants convicted because their girlfriend told the truth in a court of law.