SCOTUS makes same old mistake

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.