Choad A and Choad B

From Pharyngula: Ridiculous sanctimony
The state of California now issues gender-neutral marriage licenses: they simply register the legal relationship of "Party A" and "Party B", where the relevant individuals fill out their actual names. That sounds reasonable and straightforward to me — it's a state-mandated contract.

Wouldn't you know it, though, there has to be someone offended by it.

In an utterly absurd whine, Rachel Bird and Gideon Codding are stamping their selfish, privileged little feet and bleating that they are soooo upset about this.
And to Bird and Codding, that is unacceptable. "We are traditionalists - we just want to be called bride and groom," said Bird, 25, who works part time for her father's church. "Those words have been used for generations and now they just changed them."

The state is recognizing that - gasp! - gay people are people too! You should throw a big fucking hissy fit because what boils down to a legal contract is being treated like a legal contract and not a special right for you! And you should voluntarily give up what rights you had solely because you're a couple of spoiled little brats with a huge fucking sense of entitlement!
Bird and Codding have refused to complete the new forms, a stand that has already cost them. Because their marriage is not registered with the state, Bird cannot sign up for Codding's medical benefits or legally take his name. They are now exploring their options, she said.
And while you're at it, take one wild guess as to what's spurring this outburst of petulant tantrum-throwing. If you guessed "self-righeous homophobic religion", congratulations, you win a new car!*

That is insane. They are voluntarily rejecting benefits that they apparently think are pretty important because they don't like the impersonal legalese on a state form? Get over it. What are their real reasons? Here's one: religious wackaloonery.

Bird's father, Doug Bird, pastor of Roseville's Abundant Life Fellowship, said he is urging couples not to sign the new marriage forms, and that he is getting some support from congregants and colleagues at local churches.

"I would encourage you to refuse to sign marriage licenses with 'Party A' and 'Party B,' " he wrote in a letter that he sent to them. "If ever there was a time for the people of the United States to stand up and let their voices be heard - this is that time."

Here's another:

"Those who support (same-sex marriage) say it has no impact on heterosexuals," said Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute. "This debunks that argument."
Please, by all means, continue losing out on benefits voluntarily because you're a couple of hateful little choads. The only ones being harmed by it are you and your children.

*Disclaimer: "New car" does not exist and no prizes are awarded.