My question is about other states. Take Utah(or any other state). Marriage is between one man and one woman. Great. What is a man? What is a woman?
Easy, yes? No. Most of the definitions of man involve being 'male'. Likewise for women. The first definition of those involves X/Y chromosome pairs or X/X chromosome pairs. No state currently requires a genetic test to prove you are a male or female.
Enter 'sex change'. I happen to have X/Y chromosomes. If I get a sex change and become a lesbian can I marry genetic woman in Utah? Hard to say. We both have the right kind of chromosomes. Is that good enough or must I be 'manly'?
I'm a little confused about how states can regulate the issue with forcing all couples to submit to a DNA test, which might be considered an invasion of privacy.