I’m gonna play you a scenario here:
John and Jane want to get married. They are happy and seem pleasant to be around, but most people don’t like them. The reasons they don’t like John and Jane are unknown. It doesn’t appear that they have done anything but live their lives, but the people around John and Jane get the government to deny them their right to marry, simply because they don’t like them/don’t support their lifestyle.
You ignorant straight people would be like “Why can’t they get married? Not liking someone isn’t a reason to deny them marriage!” Now I want you to answer this question: What makes taking marriage away from a straight couple any different than taking it away from a gay couple? And don’t bring that bible bullshit into this. Imagine that there is no sacred book telling you that polygamy is ok and those who eat pigs shall burn in hell, and give me a solid answer.