America is a melting pot. We are full of every nationality, all languages, all beliefs and cultures that you could think of. We came here for RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. This being said, banning gay rights shouldn't be because of religious beliefs because it would be hypocritical considering that we came here for religious freedom so why would be follow a religious belief? A marriage has been around before Christianity where it's a "holy matrimony". It's always been about uniting two people as one. So if a man and a man or a woman and another woman love each other and want to be united as one, then let them. America would only be hypocritical to go against gay marriage.
America does not have every nationality, language, belief, and culture that I can think of though I can't speak for you. As far as Gay Marriage I can start with saying that it is not a religion and, therefore, has nothing to do with religious freedom.
If you look at the United States you will see that in most polls 70% - 80% of Americans are Christian, and upwards of 80% of then are anti-gay. With some simple math you will find that 56% - 64% of the U.S. is anti-gay. This does not include other Non-Christian people who are anti-gay. Now the United States is a democracy and that mean majority rules. So unless you want to change they form of government we use there is no way that gays can democratically be accepted in society.
Now the government which is supposed to be a direct representation of our population has gotten off center and now does not represent the public. They represent the voting public.
Whether it does not have every single nationality and language known to man, it has many which is undeniable so do not take the statement so literal. Whether you do or do not, it does not change the fact that we indeed are a melting put. And your hypocritical statement talking about how it doesn't have to do with religion and then talking about Christianity makes no sense. And instead of using strictly statistics from Christianity, explain to me why 55% of Americans in 2013 supported same-sex-marriage. It is because you're strictly focusing on a religion that is against the issue with is obviously unbiased. If you want to have a solid stand on an issue you should look at statistics as a whole.