Again, your claim fundamental rights need to provide a benefit to the government to be a fundamental right, is simply false. Fundamental rights come from being human. The government can't restrict them without demonstrating a compelling, legitimate reason. You have none.<quoted text>
The fundamental right must have a basis, which establishes the state interest. Marriage exists as a recognized union for the simple fact there are two sexes, and human reproduction is sexual.
What are the governmental benefits that establish the basis for the fundamental rights specified in the Bill of Rights?