Furthermore, the Supreme Court ruled in Loving v. Virginia that marriage is a fundamental right. That means that Supreme Court precedent overrules your petty deluded opinion on that matter. The state recognizes marriage as a Constitutionally protected right, but even if it didn't, restrictions on marriage based on anything like race, religion, or sex would still have to pass due process when challenged.
So I ask for the fifth time.
How does the state have an interest in limiting marriage to people of the opposite sex?