Court Denies Man Right to Marry his laptop

Court Denies Man Right to Marry his laptop

An American has been denied a motion to marry his laptop by a Florida Judge.

Chris Sevier filed a 50-page motion to the 10th US Circuit Court of Appeal because he was denied the right to marry his MacBook “machine spouse” by Utah officials.

He argues the love he has for the “porn-filled” Apple device is no different to that shared between gay partners.

In his words, if gay people “have the right to marry their object of sexual desire, even if they lack corresponding sexual parts, then I should have the right to marry my preferred sexual object.”

The move is an intervention in a separate lawsuit challenging the state’s same-sex marriage ban.

In his motion, Mr Sevier wrote: “They discriminated against me when they rejected my request to marry my computer.

“I approached the Utah clerk to have a marriage licence issued for me and my machine-spouse.

“The clerk denied my request for a marriage licence … my object of affection was outside the scope of the narrow definition.”

The United States in recent times have approved unusaual marriages despite widespread condemnation.

It is however unclear why the Judge chose to deny Mr Sevier’s plea despite the analogy of homosexuals.

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