Likewise, you have the same right as anyone else to have your opposite sex marriage given legal recognition by the state.<quoted text>
Polygamists should have the equal right as anyone else to have their first marriage given legal recognition by the state.
And since the purpose of marriage is to establish next-of-kinship between otherwise unrelated individuals, the state has no interest in giving legal recognition to incestuous marriage.
Why does the state have an in interest in establishing next of kin in same sex marriage but not in polygamy?
Why can first cousins with the same last name marry but sisters with the same last name cannot? Why does the state have an interest in cousins marrying but not brothers?
Who is the bigot here? Me or you?