Okay - I'm going to make this a simple as I can.
"Marriage" is a religious concept. The only reason the government is involved in marriage is for record keeping purposes. There is no law requiring anybody to get married.
Most religions have some prohibitions against homosexual conduct, either biblical or doctrinal. Some have more severe restrictions and prescribed corrective actions than others - Islam, for example, prescribes death for homosexual practices.
Two thousand years of history supports a cross-cultural belief that "marriage" is a contract between members of the opposite sex.
Perez Hilton is a whiny little fag who, knowing Miss California's religious background, posed a question designed to put her in a morally uncomfortable position. Her choices at that time were to (a) lie, and maintain her chances of winning the competition, or (b) tell the truth as she saw it, and lose the competition. Inasmuch as she was asked for her opinion, she chose the latter. Then the immoral little weasel punished her for answering his question honestly by giving her a ZERO score! As William Shakespeare so profoundly stated:
"This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man."
My biggest question is, "Why was a well-known homosexual (in circles that recognize homosexuals as "special") asked to be a judge of anything involving women?" Hilton would have sooner been the judge at a Mr. Universe contest. Oh no! On second thought, that contest is among MEN, one of which Hilton obviously is not! I guess he should judge only fashion shows ... with male models.
I could be wrong about this... but not in this lifetime on this planet!