In other words, all two person relationships are equal?<quoted text>
By birth, we are all equal. So, that means one man is equal to any other man. One woman is equal to any other woman. One woman is equal to any other man and vice versa.
How about we extend this lesson? Let's go on a mathematical journey. It's really simple, so you should be able to follow. Because everyone is equal together that would mean... one woman together with one man is equal to another couple including one woman and one man. Now, if we have one man and one man, or one woman and one woman together; equality still rings true. Because we are all born equal, that one man and one man couple is equal to a couple of one woman and one man because one man is equal to any one man or woman. So... basically, mathematically determined by our born rights of equality; marriage of any kind is equal to each other. That's just simple math and logic.
There are no studies of epigenetic marker's that call them "mistakes". Don't distort actual information.
The thing is, SS couples already have rights and privileges. They had them when they were born, just like everyone else.
Isn't that discriminatory to three person relationships?