No it doesn't. It sets for the formula for determining apportionment of Congressional representatives based on male voters over the age of 21 in each state with a penalty for exclusion of any such people from voting. The male limitation was superseded by the 19th amendment and the age limitation was superseded by the 26th amendment.The Second Section of the 14th Amendment explicitly recognizes male/female differences.
Why do you lie, Brian?
SCOTUS ruled sex is a quasi-suspect class under the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment nonetheless, so as usual it's YOU, Brian, who are misinformed.If you thought it would replace the Equal Rights Amendment, which failed ratification, fool on you.
Actually in this case you're correct. The ability to have laws rewritten or overturned is a potential remedy that can be granted to citizens exercising their 1st amendment right to petition government to redress their grievances.The 14th Amendment was one of the Reconstruction Amendments written to repair the evil of slavery. It gives every citizen, gay or straight, equal rights before the law. It doesn't give anyone special rights to rewrite marriage law for everyone.