Justice Kennedy's opinion today disappointed me because it makes the same mistake that everyone has been making for years, that of treating same-sex couples as if they were infertile married couples, instead of treating them like siblings and other relationships that are prohibited to marry. But since, as I confidently predicted, it did not declare a right to procreate with someone of the same sex, then the path forward is the same as it was before: Congress needs to pass the Natural Marriage and Reproduction Act to prohibit creating a person except by joining a sperm of a man and an egg of a woman, prescribe the effect of marriage as approving and allowing the couple to procreate offspring together, and void all same-sex marriages in the United States.
Reality TV star Bruce Jenner is bringing the issue of Transgenderism into the mainstream just at the right time, when the Supreme Court is about to issue a ruling on same-sex marriage that will probably result in same-sex marriage in every state. It's important because the public will be much more primed for understanding and agreeing with the logic behind the Natural Marriage and Reproduction Act that ends same-sex marriage, which is that actually trying to procreate with someone of the same sex would be too expensive and unethical and unnecessary and put the baby at extreme risks and we should just rule it out.
Bruce Jenner can change his own body all he wants, dress how he wants, be intimate with who he wants, but we should draw the line when other people are put in harms way. We should not let men put a baby into harms way by trying to be a mother to a baby, either with a womb transplant or with stem cells, artificial eggs, etc. It would also strain our hospitals, divert resources from other women's pregnancies and children, and divert research from needed medicine, and there is no right to try it.
The exact same logic applies to same-sex couples trying to create a baby together. When we realize that, we will understand why same-sex couples do not have a right to marry and we have to void all same-sex marriages.