A 38-year-old Californian woman born with two vaginas has sued the federal state to court to grant her the rare right to marry two men by virtue of her condition.

Worlddailynewsreport.com reported that Joyce Seymour has argued that she and other people who are born with the condition, be it male or female should be granted the liberty to satisfy their “emotional, physical and religious needs.”

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The lawsuit Seymour has filed is intended to fight for people suffering from genital anomalies such as Diphallia or penile duplication and Uterus didelphys, the condition of having two separate uteruses, to be given that special freedom to marry more than one spouse.

She explained to reporters that “I am born with a double set of genitals that clearly entitles me to share my life and be united under God with two men of my liking.

“I have never been sexually fulfilled by one man alone. My body is biologically suited for threesomes and there is no reason I should be ashamed of that fact.”

Seymour further asked “If the federal government has legalized interracial marriages and same-sex marriages, why not polygamous marriages?”

Her lawyer, Allan Dulles says it is a total violation of his client’s rights religious freedom to decriminalise polygamy.

Meanwhile, a polygamist activist, Frederique Chapelle told reporters that legalization of polygamy is long overdue.

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“Now that we’ve defined that love and devotion and family isn’t driven by gender alone, why should it be limited to just two individuals? The most natural advance next for marriage lies in legalized polygamy,” Chapelle said.

Mr. Chapelle explained that “We polyamorists are grateful to our LGBT brothers and sisters for blazing the marriage equality trail.

“Marriage no longer has anything to do with giving birth to a child. It’s all about sexual enlightenment.”