Is marriage a right? If its offered to one group, it has to be offered to others. Thus is is a right, because everyone has a right to that privilege.
Mariage is a privilege.
Because you have the right to equal protection, the state may only under certian circumstances discriminate in who it grants that privilege, but it is still a privilege.
The RIGHT in question here is equal protection, not marriage.
As I have pointed out to you numerous times, and as you have continually refused to address:
The fact that marriage exists only because it was created by and extended through legislation the state, and therefore can be removed by simply repealing those laws, trumps any statement by any court.
It is something the state gives you, that you would not -- that you COULD not -- have if it didn't.
Thus, it is a privilege.