You know how the Gays are always trying to get married, for the sole purpose of ruining your hetero marriage? Well now one dictionary says they can. BURN IT.
This is a major setback for the queer-haters: the Merriam-Webster dictionary has added a second definition for “marriage” that reads, “the state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of a traditional marriage.”
Because anti-gay-marriage people would always like to say, lazily, that, “You can’t just change the definition of a word like that.” But hey look at this — you apparently can!
And now the WorldNetDaily is in a gay hissy fit, and etymological experts from around the globe are chiming in there:
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“I was shocked to see that Merriam-Webster changed their definition of the word ‘marriage,’ a word which has referred exclusively to a contract between a man and a woman for centuries. It has now added same sex,” YouTube user Eric B. noted to WND.
“The 1992 Webster’s Dictionary does not mention same sex at all,” he wrote. […]
One commenter on the YouTube site said it’s just part of the campaign by homosexual activists to take control of the definition of the word and make it align with their goals.
Is this particular YouTube comment thread the secret location of the JournoList?
Webster’s dictionary redefines ‘marriage’ [WorldNetDaily]