Anyways, a ceremony that has very large religious ties for many people should not be forced to accept couples that do not fit their value system.
It's not like Marraige is a club (I'm married myself, btw).. How is the fact that gay people can be married 'forcing' anyone to do anything? After all, atheists can be married just as readily as agnostics just as readily as Christians. Marraige, in and of itself, is not a religious institution.. it's a government one (you can be married by officers of the state after all). There is a SEPERATE religious element.. a spiritual bonding if you will. If Churches want to deny gay people religious sanctioning of marraige, you'll get no complaint from me. To me this seems like something where the only TRUE victim are gay people who want to get married. I just don't see any logical ground that somehow makes the populace at large affected in any way by it..
I just can't see how this is not run of the mill discrimination.