Not too hard to see what I was saying. I know what others have said, I want to know your views on how discrimination laws should apply overall. Should they apply to just those that you think they should, or should it apply to everyone?
I specifically stated that any discrimination should be have a rational basis. Here are some examples. Not allowing women to serve in combat units. Rational basis is that the benefits (fairness, greater opportunity for women, more people to be in those positions) are outweighed by the many drawbacks (men taught to protect women, women are inherently weaker (although some could do the job), separate facilities in the field would cause issues). Discrimination within jobs based on certain disabilities. If a person cannot do the job, then they should not be able to claim discrimination based on their disability. A person without an arm cannot lift boxes and/or other heavy objects. It's just how it is.
Now, you need to show an actual rational reason to discriminate against same sex couples when it comes to marriage, as it specifically relates to marriage and the discrimination based on the genders of those involved.