I don’t. It is an error of the modern era to suppose that everything that’s sacred happens inside the Church. But why should God restrict Himself to the Church when the devil has no problem causing sin outside of it? The sacred world and the secular world are not so distinct, but instead are very fluid, flowing in and out of each other. Some might argue that they are identical.
Point being, a secular marriage may not be a sacrament, and so may not be a conduit for the same or as many graces as a sacramental marriage is, but that does not mean it is not sacred. Now, that being said, the intent of your question still stands:
Now if secular marriage is not sacred and certainly not sacramental, does a secular homosexual marriage truly lessen the sacrament of marriage. In this case the marriage is not recognized by the church but is by the government. What is your opinion on this?
No, “civil homosexual marriage” does not “lessen” the sacrament of marriage itself, or harm it in any way. But, it does make it less comprehensible to most people. If people grow up in an era where “gay marriage” is accepted as equal and equivalent to any other, they will lose the fundamental ideas that marriage is ordered towards procreation and is made up of the complementary natures of male and female.
When we defend marriage as something that can only exist between a husband and wife, we don’t do so to defend the sacrament. The sacrament can defend itself. We do it to defend ourselves and the generations after us from being led astray from the truth by a lie, that men and women are interchangeable, and that marriage is for our own gratification instead of being necessarily ordered for the benefit of our children.