A male marry a woman.
A woman cannot marry a woman.
Therefore a man can do something under the law a woman can not do.
For that discrimination to occur it must serve an important state interest and the discrimination must be substantially related to serving that interest since it would be middle tier scrutiny. I simply don't see an argument that meets that criteria with regards to gender discrimination in our marriage laws.
How exactly does that apply to bigamy at all.
A man is not allowed to marry two men. A woman is not allowed to marry two men.
A man is not allowed to marry two women. A woman is not allowed to marry two women.
A man is not allowed to marry one man and one woman. A woman is not allowed ot marry one man and one woman.
There's no discrimination under the law towards either sex in this case. Please show me where it is.
"A bisexual" is not a gender. It's a sexual orientation.A bisexual should be allowed to marry someone from each sex