Where did I mention religion?<quoted text>
Interestingly, we live in a country that is run by the rule of law--not the law of Christianity or any other religion. So our legislators, regardless of your opinion, absolutely have the right to define marriage as they see fit.
And under the law of this country, "mating" isn't a requirement for marriage. Heck, children aren't even mentioned in the traditional Christian wedding vows.
Many couples, who have no intention of having children, are allowed to marry. Are you prepared to change laws to define marriage as only being available to those that produce children?
Give up, Kim. You're wrong on all counts.
If you want to live in a place where the laws are based on religion, go to the Middle East.