Your question makes no sense, but I'll answer what I think you are trying to ask.<quoted text>
Also, that's now your THIRD evasion of my question.
Are anti-miscegenation laws equal?
The courts ruled against anti-miscegenation on the basis that skin color was not a basis for denying marriage, and did not affect the primary purposes of marriage, as far as the state is concerned. So then to prohibit it was invidious.
The classification by laws of blacks as a group was the problem, and the court saw that they were similarly situated with respect to marriage as whites.
Not so with marriage among members of the same gender.
Classification by gender is fundamental to marriage.