The hi-jacking of language and the future of marriage

A decade ago you could simply say “married” and everybody and his gay brother knew you were talking about a husband and wife. No more. I live in Vermont, which is one of the six states that legalized monogender marriage. When a couple marries, you have no idea what gender they are. It could be one of three distinct compositions: male-male, female-female, or male-female.