And keep in mind that marriage isn't simply a religious ceremony, as it can be performed either as a religious institution or one of the state, or both. There is being married under the eyes of god, and there is being married in recognition of the state. When you vote for (dis)approval of gay marriage, you're voting that it be legal as a civil marriage acknowledged as a governmental institution. It has absolutely nothing to do with religion in this case as a religious charter will specifically state it's stance on homosexual marital unions.
Analog's underwear are digital. right now they're set to inverse 1 (I think that means they're on my head).