Glad to help.Thank you I would like a little time to look this over
I'm not aware of any Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage.No no no it has nothing to do with what I believe but with what any average person can observe by looking at SCOTUS rulings and history of the thing.
Why? There are a number of health, emotion, and financial benefits to marriage that improve societal stability. I can provide a wealth of social scientific evidence to back that up if you want. Why do you have a personal belief that marriage should only be about procreation and child rearing? Are you an open advocate for removing marriage rights from those who are not having or raising children? Or do you simply hold this position so that you can be against gay marriage while never actually acting against heterosexual marriages that have nothing to do with procreation or child rearing?The elderly and infertile can raise children, and if they choose to, they should have access to marriage, but if they never have and do not ever intent to, then they shouldn't have access to marriage.