What is the mindset of the people who support equal civil rights for homosexuals but disagree with Obergefell v. Hodges because it redefines the word "marriage", which they believe is a sacred thing between a man and a woman?
EDIT: Maybe the premise of my question is wrong. Are there any people that really fall into the category described above? It would be helpful to find at least one writer who does.
What kind of ruling do they think the supreme court should give in order to ensure that gays have equal civil rights?
Would they prefer that the supreme court ruled that all laws with the word "marriage" in them are unconstitutional, because marriage is between a man and a woman, and therefore laws with the word "marriage" don't grant equal protection to Lesbian or Gay couples? That would eliminate a lot of laws overnight, and potentially have a lot of unintended consequences, so it's hard to imagine someone who is overall expressing conservative opinions to want that.
I think such people probably exist. For example, Barack Obama supported equal rights for Lesbian and Gay couples, but had a conservative definition of marriage back in 2008, so probably some people still have the same two opinions.