You didn't answer my question, dummy. You just made a lame jab at me, then repeated you claim. So, I will repeat my questions:<quoted text>
You mean what does it have to do with anything that's important to you. That's a different question. Given your dislike for children and your lack of concern for their welfare, I'd guess that it isn't important to you. To get back to the comment, a child being raised by both married biological parents is a state interest. Kids being raised by both parents are less likely to use drugs, be on state assistance, drop out of school or commit crimes.
Even if that's true...so what? What does it have to do with anything? Are married gay couples yanking kids out of the arms of bio parents? Are you saying kids raised by people other than their bio parents aren't a state interest?