An American self-identified “machinist” Chris Sevier has in a ceremony in New mexico, married his laptop.
He has said that if same-sex couples are able to get married and demand that Christian bakers make them wedding cakes, then he should be allowed to marry his laptop and demand a cake to celebrate the union between one man and one machine.
Chris is now suing to demand that a colrao baker, who is already in court after refusing to bake for a same sex marriage should be compelled to make cakes for him and his computer ‘’bride’’.
He also has filed a lawsuit demanding that Utah recognize his man-object marriage.
According to Washington Times, it’s the latest battlefront in an increasingly thorny area of law, after the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015 established a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.’’
While legal analysts said the case is a stretch, a judge in Utah has allowed part of that lawsuit to proceed, and analysts concede that Sevier’s claims get to the heart of how far the 2015 Obergefell ruling stretches when it comes to non-traditional unions.
Sevier said, “if marriage based on self-asserted sex-based identity narratives is a ‘fundamental right,’ ‘individual right,’ ‘existing right,’ based on a ‘personal choice’ for homosexuals, then clearly it is also a ‘fundamental right,’ ‘individual right,’ ‘existing right,’ based on a ‘personal choice’ for polygamists, zoophiles and machinists.