Friday, June 26, 2015 -- Opposite Sex Marriage

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On June 26, 2015, the United States of America made history.
In a stunning 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that gay and lesbian couples may no longer be denied the right to marry.
And it’s about time; on this issue, we are on now on the right side of history.
Whether you agree or not with SCOTUS and advocates of marriage equality, with this ruling, the nomenclature of language will shift; for years, we referred to the possibility of a union between a man and a man and a woman and a woman as “same-sex marriage”; and, now – at least for a time – we need to add an adjective to a union between a man and a woman: “Opposite-sex marriage.” I suspect that those unhappy with the decision will use this term to differentiate; advocates, on the other hand, are likely to embrace the word “marriage” as all-inclusive – sooner rather than later.
At some point, I would hope that we would all get past the “adjectives” and simply define “marriage” as a union between two consenting adults. Period.
But I am a realist and recognize that this will take time.
The term “opposite-sex marriage,” while not perfect, is descriptive and does not judge (like “traditional marriage”), one way or another: this term simply explains.
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