It is no secret to anyone interested enough to read the Constitution that there is no "Right of Privacy" in the Constitution or in any amendment. It is a made-up right, which is the basis for, among other things, voiding thousands of anti-sodomy laws, the "right" to have an abortion, and the "right" to marry someone of the same gender. So here is the question: If the Right of Privacy actually exists, can any legislature prohibit: Consenting adults who are blood relatives (brother-sister) from getting married? Polygamy? Bestiality that does not physically harm the beast? Manufacture and personal use of "controlled substances"? Smoking marijuana? Gambling among friends?