Time to throw out that LGBT activist judge. Homosexuals cannot marry - it's impossible. Recognizing homosexual relationships as marriages would be deceiving the public. I can't even fathom how a judge could rule that a homosexual relationship could have any legitimacy at all. There is nothing in the Constitution that says that the public must adopt that lie.
If you want to be considered married, you have to qualify like everyone else - and that means finding a mating partner of the opposite sex that you agree to be with for the rest of your life. I may want to be a fighter pilot; but if I don't qualify, there's nothing in the law that says that the world must still afford me the equal right of being a fighter pilot. It's not about rights or about some equality issue - it's about a special kind of responsibility placed on the heads of heterosexual couples who choose to mate - and about society's obligation to foster and not hinder the fulfillment of that obligation. How could a real judge miss that fact?