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Man Sues Kim Davis For Not Allowing Him To Marry A Laptop Computer

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FRANKFORT, Ky (LEX 18) A man is suing Kim Davis for not allowing him to marry an inanimate object.

He is also suing Governor Matt Bevin and Andy Beshear.

According to the lawsuit, Chris Sevier says he was residing in Kentucky when his marriage request was denied because he was planning to marry a laptop computer. 

The documents state that Sevier arrived at the County Clerk’s Office, which Kim Davis was in charge of, with a valid license, the marriage license fees and his laptop, yet according to the lawsuit, “he (Sevier) was denied this dignity interest and turned away because his marriage request was outside considered morally repugnant and less valid than a woman's request to many a woman.”

Sevier is suing Governor Bevin because he is responsible for the execution of Kentucky’s laws including, “the laws that exclude individuals who want to marry an inanimate object or something other than a members of the same-sex or opposite sex a marriage license and including the laws that do not recognize a marriage ceremony that has taken place between a man and a machine,” according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit asks Beshear to “make a stand for the truth in supporting or defending either the original legal definition of marriage or the definition that allows for total marriage.”

The document, when describing the “three ways to define marriage” also say that, “it is self-evident that man-man marriage discriminates against and dehumanizes women, by telling them that they are not worthy to be a spouse of a member of the opposite sex, when the design of the design of their body suggests that they were meant for not only sex with members of the opposite sex but the possibility of being mothers and wives.”

Sevier asks that the state be enjoined from enforcing laws that prevent him from marrying an inanimate object or that all forms of marriage outside of the “traditional definition of marriage” be nullified in “reviving the original marriage laws and bands, since laws that try to establish the plausibility of gay rights violates the establishment clause of the first amendment.”

In the 44 page lawsuit, it is stated that if the request made by the Plantiff, Chris Sevier, to marry a machine is frivolous and “removed from reality,” then a man’s request to marry a man is too, according to this lawsuit.

Below is Sevier’s 44 page lawsuit. 

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