Well what you call a tenancy by the entirety can be achieved by deed and the right of survivorship applies to each tenant individually. I wasn't really arguing with you about marital rights however, just clearing up what you meant. Any such rights as are bestowed upon married couples as a unit would only apply to those qualified by marriage in any event.
You seem a bit vague about who's allowed and who's not allowed to marry
Well, with reference to Prop 8 you said that some people are denied the right to marry as if to suggest that sexual orientation is a criterion of marriage, when it's not.
If I turn up to compete in the Wimbledon mixed doubles with one my pals from the Hope & Anchor and I'm told the event requires team members to be of the opposite sex I don't say "Oy! I've been denied the right to compete in the mixed doubles" but simply accept that I didn't comply with rules. If I then go back with a lady partner - I'm in... and as it happens I'm pretty damn good at tennis.
all the pussyfooting about underage and all the other crap was just smoke and mirrors.
You need to start paying attention - steve introduced denial of the right to marriage which applies to age and prohibited degrees but not to sexuality. Unlike you I consider it polite to answer a person's questions instead trying to find excuses to run away from them.
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