I believe that two wrongs don't make a right, and that the idea of gay marriage only shines a light on how outdated the concept of marriage truly is. Marriage as it is primarily exists is a breeding program, with the benefits being something to lure people in to it.
You don't need to be married to "breed."
And, with all due respect, you don't understand the reality of being married and the reality of being in a long term relationship.
Having children is a small aspect of why to get married.
Without the breeding aspect, I think it becomes utterly irrelevant, elitist, and absurd. The majority of new marriages end in divorce, as the concept is wholey outdated as it stands.
Again, you use the world elitist.
I'm curious. What right or privilege that exists for married couples would you like to take advantage of?