Well, welcome to it!You would call it a special right if it applied to incestuous couples, polygamists and pedophiles; the same principle applies to same sex marriage. Every society has defined marriage as male/female. There is no copy of a same sex marriage law before the 21st Century.
I don't know WHAT I'd call it if there really WERE any incestuous, polygamist, or pedophilic people pursuing it. We may never know, if THEY don't step up and actually pursue it!
But the states which CURRENTLY ALLOW incestuous marriages don't call it a "special right". Did you fight hard to stop THEM? Are you fighting NOW to reverse their laws?
Both polygamy and pedophilia have ALREADY been socially examined, and outlawed. Before marriage could apply to THOSE situations, we'd need to review THOSE laws FIRST. No one is doing that. No one is calling for that. STOP PRETENDING THAT ANYONE IS.
ALL these red herrings which you have super-glued to your argument almost ALWAYS represent abusive, domineering relationships, that have NOTHING to do with love, mutual committment or equal partnership.
You CLAIM to respect and tolerate gay people, yet you can't stop comparing and aligning us with these criminal and harmful situations that are completely unrelated to what drives human beings to choose a partner for life. The only reasonable conclusion is that you see us as equally criminal and harmful, but that you restrict yourself from coming out and saying so directly.
No one has any desire to see patriarchal men assemble harems of meek women for themselves. No one is interested in helping greasy uncle Chester to corner his neice in the basement every time he babysits. The concept of allowing consenting same-sex adults to choose their life partner as a spouse is NOT AT ALL applicable to the largely illegal, and wholly unequal, distortions of human interaction that you can't help yourself from from trying to tie to homosexual relationships.