Apparently there seems to be very little precedent for transition after marriage, and especially marriage in the midst of transition – “untrod territory” as it was described. And so, the law could be interpreted in any number of ways. Mr Penrod offered a middle-of-the-road interpretation.
At this point, I am legally considered a male, and so should legally be able to marry Michelle. I’m sure Michelle and I will raise a few eyebrows in the courthouse asking for a marriage license, but we legally should not be refused. If, after my surgery and I am wholly female in body, I were to attempt to legally be considered female, the courts could either deny my request upon grounds that I am already married to a female, or accept my request and void the marriage.