Oxford Dictionary to change definition of marriage

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OXFORD, UK – It took a queen to bring the politics of marriage into the dictionary.

Only a few days have passed since Queen Elizabeth II signed the legalization of same sex marriage into law in Great Britain and the Oxford Dictionary announced it will revise its definition of marriage to include gay people.

The most traditional monitor of the English language is taking note of how society is changing.

Perhaps the day will come when people can be whatever they want, the way they want, without hurting others.  According to any good dictionary — that’s a basic definition of freedom.

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