Gay journo (no relation) almost but not quite accuses gay lexicographer (no relation) of redefining marriage to suit his own activist agenda. (The journo in question, Andrew Harmon, now Washington correspondent for the Advocate, should have known better than to misuse the phrase “died suddenly.” Lexicographer Steve Kleinedler does not share my reading of the article; I asked.)

I would describe this redefinition as quite distinct from Katherine Barber’s rewriting the definition of marriage in the Canadian Oxford the day after its legal definition was altered by the courts.

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