Coming soon to a Federal court near you
And why not? If two people of the same sex can marry each other, why not three? Six? Twelve?
If marriage no longer has the bearing and raising of children as its purpose, and it's only an affectional relationship, why limit the number of participants? And why require that the relationship be permanent?
Marriage redefinition has nothing to do with civil rights; even where it's legal, only a tiny percentage of same-sex couples take advantage of same-sex "marriage." It's about equating homosexuality and heterosexuality socially- and its adoption will almost certainly spell the beginning of the end for the institution of marriage itself.