No, stupid, but there is an equal protection clause. All citizens should have equal rights. Why should our rights depend on the type of genitals we have?<quoted text>We agree.
<quoted text>A gay married to a lesbian is treated equally under the laws of every state; there is no orientation test for a marriage license. There are no 'couple's' rights in the Constitution, either.
<quoted text>Some straight couples might choose same sex marriage; you wouldn't demand an orientation test, would you? People marry for many reasons other than sexual attraction.
It wasn't for you! LOL.<quoted text>And what marriage is for gay couples, so does getting rid of marriage's gender integration and adding a new standard of gender segregation. Face it, same sex marriage is just as bad as polygamy, if not worse.
<quoted text>It's not equal, it's different; men and women are different too. Marriage isn't for everybody.
BTW, when are members of professional sports teams going to have to start getting married to each other against their will? You said that would happen if gay marriage became legal. It's legal in several states and countries.