And there STILL isn't an orientation test for a marriage license; a heterosexual man can legally marry another heterosexual man.<quoted text>It does when we discuss a form of marriage never seen in written law before the 21st Century. When you take marriage's ideal affirmative action 1:1 equality and add discrimination to create man/man or woman/woman marriage then government changes the way it sees husband and wife. In fact, sex segregated marriage adds disunity, separatism and strips gender diversity from the marriage union.
If you change marriage law, it affects estate law, custody law, adoption law and divorce law, just to name a few. BTW, everybody has the same right to marry under the same laws; gays have always married. There is no orientation test for a marriage license; never was until same sex marriage.
Yep, that's called equality.