Not only does the subject of traditional marriage vs. gay marriage present a terribly slippery slope, it also shows how quickly a cultural snowball can gather size and speed as it crashes forward in a blinding cascade of political correctness.
Hot on the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic ruling that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry nationwide — no matter what the individual states or their residents might say — comes a move in Congress to ban two words associated with the age-old definition of marriage.
A California congresswoman, Democrat Lois Capps who represents the coastal district north of Los Angeles, has introduced what is called “The Amend the Code for Marriage Equality Act of 2015.” In essence, the Capps bill — which, according to her website, is currently co-sponsored by 23 others in the House of Representatives — would ban the words “husband” and “wife” from all federal code because they are “gendered terms.
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