Kentucky’s brief against marriage equality sounds like it was drafted by a four-year-old kid:
Kentucky’s marriage laws treat homosexuals and heterosexuals the same and are facially neutral. Men and women, whether heterosexual or homosexual, are free to marry persons of the opposite sex under Kentucky law, and men and women, whether heterosexual or homosexual, cannot marry persons of the same sex under Kentucky law.
Translation: banning gay marriage doesn’t violate equal protection because nobody, gay or straight, is allowed to marry someone of the same sex. Neener neener.