If the issue of polygamy ever comes up, then that would be discussed then. Personally, it doesn't affect me and there is no harm if it isn't promiscuous polygamy. Yet again, it does not force any beliefs on others; if you do not wish to marry multiple people, you don't have to.<quoted text>
Sounds great in theory, in reality, its not that simple. It may not infringe on anyone's beliefs, however there are usually consequences.
The same could be said for polygamous marriage equality, or allowing siblings to marry. No one is forced to get married. If both of us hold beliefs that are at odds with each other, regardless of the issue, and we both seek to either have that belief enacted into law, or prohibit such enactment, we are "pushing our beliefs" onto others.
Flip that around. Are there issues which you oppose, or do not wish to be legal? There has to be something beyound the marriage redefinition/equality debate.
Incest causes harm to others, mainly the child if one is consecrated. There are many diseases that come with incestuous procreation.
Besides, since the topic is actually about religion, you should be the last person to complain about incest and polygamy. After all, it is in your bible many times.
Nothing involving another person's personal choices has anything to do with you. No other person's personal choices affects your beliefs or infringes upon them.
So why don't you leave other people's beliefs alone?
Oh wait, because you're scared that their beliefs are right and yours are wrong.
Otherwise, you wouldn't make such a big deal out of them.