Your comments have nothing to do with the situation. They’re trying to disembowel natural law. Forcing people to accept insanity as sanity, is immoral and unconstitutional. Of course people who marry still have “real” marriages, if they honor their vows. But when publically and legally and socially and politically the laws of nature are made “null and void”, this has real life affects. Such as the destruction of the lives of many children. And legally forcing all kinds of businesses to cater to mentally ill sex perverts, schools to teach immoral insanity and on and on. It’s already happening in states with same sex “marriage”.
You and I have a different definition of marriage, my friend. A marriage is not made by "honoring vows," but by the grace of God. People an "honor vows" and be any which way they please. The state has no place in defining, taxing, regulating or otherwise claiming dominion over that which is God's alone. God has made marriage. The state is powerless to destroy it. What you and the state calls marriage, I call the fallen nature of man: the claim that men have the power of God.