mx5guynj saidSo what would be wrong with 7 guys getting married to each other?
The entire legal framework of marriage, like how assets are allocated, works only if there are only two parties yo the contract. Gender doesn't matter, but numbers do.
I was in a 10-year relationship with a bi guy and for a while, I think it was about a year, we did have a female fulltime for him and we did discuss at some point (before those two broke up--though my friendship with her remained) we did discuss all living together into our futures.
I know that any marriage between me & him with her on the side or him & her with me on the side (though it was always me and him, bitches) would have been somewhat weird but I don't think I ever would have felt that I was purposely being segregated out of marriage by the state not recognizing legally a union of three.
Because they wouldn't be preventing me from getting married. He could marry her, I could marry her, he could marry me. So we wouldn't then be prevented from having what everyone else has. We would just have what they have with some optional equipment thrown in at no extra charge.