So in order to make gay marriage legal, they will throw other relationship types under the bus?
I'm curious to know how pointing out in which states it's legal to marry one's cousin as opposed to which states allow gay marriage is 'throwing other relationship types under the bus'? It's there. It's a fact, and it's being pointed to.
One might point to the fact that marriage to one's cousin increases the chances of genetic disease in any offspring, but that chance is lowered by the fact that it's common practice to have blood tests before getting married, nowadays.
One might also point to the fact that if allowing marriage to such a close family member hasn't dissolved the sanctity of marriage, surely allowing two people of the same gender wouldn't do so either.
One might point to several things, and one could infer several meanings from the comparison of the two images. However, when you come down to it, the images are simply that, images. They are information presented without commentary, and anything you take from that image is pretty much the result of your own train of thought regarding that image. That's the wonderful thing about art, sometimes.
It's not, uh, condemning any other type of relationship and it's not doing anything but presenting pure fact.
So tell me again how this throws anyone under the bus?