It isn't, and should be available to all gay couples
Being gay is wrong, so they can't get married
The sanctity of marriage. No, I wasn't laughing. I was coughing. *cough* ... see?
It will set a bad example for Christian youth
I don't honestly have a good reason, but I still say no
Other (please explain)
That's not true, I'm saying that both sexs are equally allowed to engage in marriage as it is defined.Saying "They can marry the opposite sex" doesn't work in regards to EPC. If it was the case, one could suggest constitutionally a law stating that one can marry someone of the same race only would be legal because every race has the same ability as any other race, the chance to marry their own race. However, that is not constitutional either under EPC.
You're attempting to use ambiguous terminology with regards to the "opposite sex" as a means of attempting to obfuscate the reality, which is that men and women can each do something under the law that the law prevents the other sex from doing.
That doesn't happen in marriage. If marriage is redefined as between two cognizant adults, and then someone is not allowed to engage, then you have descrimination.