Could it be, oh, I don't know, that there still is a remnant of Christians who remember Sodom and Gommorah? Could it be that the remainng true Christians, the ones with the Sacraments as they were handed down by God (the Holy Bride of Christ), still have at least some influence over society? Could it be that these Christians (Catholics) haven't forgotten that holy matrimony ("matris" meaning, 'motherhood', and "moni", meaning "the duty (of)" still are not entirely confused for the fact that only one (1) man and one (1) woman have the ability in principle to procreate, and that this was instituted beyond a Sacrament in civil society in order to protect that potentiality for the natural production, education and development of families?
This isn't about redefining the principle of marriage to be about feelings, but to defend it for what it is in principle, in order to defend the good of families. You're upset because you want to redefine marriage apart from families, apart from the principle of procreation, apart from God's natural and divine laws.
I agree with the arguement marriage can be only be between genders, as that is Gods design but who are the real Christians, Catholics? Probably as the Church is the True Church and has not varried from the path established by Christ, even the Anglicans have gone to seed.