Since I'm currently illegally married to my wife, I definitely support our marriage being legalized. Other than religious reasons, which I believe are a violation of the establishment clause of the 1st Amendment, I'm not sure what reason there could be for not legalizing same sex marriage. I'm not asking for a religious marriage, so I'm not effecting others' religious freedom or asking for government establishment. If you don't believe in same-sex marriage, don't have one! All I'm asking for are equal civil human rights.
Since in the US the government can't establish religion based on the 1st Amendment, what legally sound reason do you have that trumps civil, equal, human rights, that has absolutely nothing to do with religion?
What do you believe the definition of marriage was before that time and who defined it, in your opinion?
marriage was redefined when the abrahamic religions changed it
there were no "rules" before those religions anyone could marry who they pleased (except royalty) it was acceptable to be bisexual also
This is incorrect. At various times (including after "abrahamic religions"), societies have tampered with marriage but that doesn't mean that there were no rules. Basically what you are saying is that there was no definition of marriage? It was a word with no meaning, in your opinion?
The sanctity of marriage is put at more risk by 48 hour marriages, game shows touting finding your perfect mate on TV, and indescretions within the marriage itself. It is NOT affected by my son marrying his partner and gaining equal rights that marriage affords a couple. There are over 1,000 legal rights a married couple has over domestic partners. If you don't like gay marriage, then don't marry a gay person, but leave them alone! They're not coming over to your house!