A Kentucky woman filed a suit against County Clerk Kim Davis, among others, because the state refused to let her marry an animal.
Elizabeth Ording is suing Davis, Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear.
The 56-page lawsuit says Ording's marriage to an animal wouldn't be that different than same-sex marriage, according to WDRB. Ording says the county attorney told her she could have a wedding, but the state wouldn't recognize the marriage.
Earlier this month, Mark "Chris" Sevier filed a lawsuit against the same defendants because he was unable to marry his computer.
Sevier, a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School whose law license was suspended in 2011, previously filed similar suits in Texas and in Florida. Sevier says he is trying to prove that marriage between a same-sex couple has the same legitimacy as a human marrying an inanimate object.
"This lawsuit is frivolous," said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel. "There is obviously no right for a man to marry a machine. When you make gender irrelevant to a gender-based relationship you open Pandora's box and make a mockery out of marriage," said Staver.
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