According to whom? You? Your expertise in this area is questionable at best.It's not a right at all, therefore your argument is moot.
Loving v Virginia, Turner v Safley and Zablocki v Redhail. Look them up.It's simple.
Prove marriage is a right.
Just because the right to marry has not been spelled out for you in the Constitution shouldn't be confused with it not being a right, moron. You might have read the 9th Amendment, "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people", think about it.