Correct, and I have the same right as anyone else to challenge such gender restrictions in court as being unconstitutional. And since those restrictions were found unconstitutional, I was able to marry someone of the same sex, just like anyone else can now marry someone of the same sex.<quoted text>
Just to ruffle your feathers Sheeples: You are being treated equally under the law, you can marry a woman just like I can and you can't marry a man just like I can't.
How do you like dishonest ignorance being said to you? Well no one else likes it when you say it to them. I for one certainly don't. Non one else seems to like it either. Why not stop doing it?
And any polygamist has the same right as anyone else to challenge the restriction on the number of partners in court as being unconstitutional. If those restrictions are found unconstitutional, then they will have the right to marry numerous partners at once, just as anyone else will be able to marry numerous partners at once.
It's why we have a judiciary.