The point I'm trying to make is that how is something marriage if there's several different changes and clauses and situations to deal with to "make it marriage." That doesn't happen when you allow SSM. Like if someone wants to marry a toaster. Well the toaster doesn't consent to it. And what happens if they adopt kids? Does the toaster have a say in things? What happens if the human dies, does the toaster have rights? Does the toaster have health benefits? Can he go to the hospital and get fixed if he stops working, since he now has health benefits?
If I'm being hypocritical again, let me know. I told you I'm not really against group marriages, but obviously there are things to consider before allowing them. Apparently you don't want to me consider them, in the name of equality. So allow it.