Uh-huh. As you should very well know, even after sexual re-assignment surgery, states still deny intersexed or transgendered people the right to marry on the sole basis of their assigned gender at birth.<quoted text>
It is a difficult question that I have not reached a conclusion on, except for the core principle that marriage is between a man and a woman.
That's because it is possible now to surgically identify with your inner gender. However, my understanding is, that many of those who take that option are still not happy with the results.
And I'll have you know, I have absolutely zero interest in cutting off my balls just to appease the irrational mentality that all romantic love is about man + woman. It is not. My genitals are fully formed and functional. What next, should I cut out the part of my brain that makes me gay? No, I am who I am as nature/God created me. To have married your wife, would you have not balked at the idea of removing your pussy? No sharp objects allowed!!!