Granting homosexuals the legal right to marry is not a matter of religious belief, it is a matter of fairness. And the California Supreme Court already weighed in on this issue last May, when it issued its opinion that the right to marry should be extended to homosexuals, because a ban on homosexual marriage is irrational, unfair, and unconstitutional.
It won't be long before this illegal ban is reversed. And, just as it was not judicial activism the first time around, it won'be the next time. Those who think fairness and equality are unconstitutional should go form their own Republic of Discrimination.