No, Thomas uses all kinds of flowery language to say that, unless same sex couples are being physically prevented from being together, then there's no real discrimination, and unequal treatment under the law doesn't really matter. It says that separate but equal ought to be enough for gays. Thomas' dissent even contradicts Loving and Brown v Board of Education. No, it's complete nonsense, ignoring the many important judicial decisions in the 20th century.
The rest is just an appeal to tradition and to religion, neither of which have any place in the making or maintaining of American law. Thomas wrote a list of excuses, not a dissent.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
Moderator's Warning: We're done here. Closing.