AP Doubles Down On Second-Class Vocabulary For Married Same-Sex Couples

From ThinkProgress Fri Feb 15 2013, 09:55:08

Earlier this week, the Associated Press issued new guidance about what language to use when referring to married same-sex couples, suggesting "couples" or "partners" is "generally" is appropriate instead of "husbands" and "wives" like for opposite-sex spouses. This codified factual inaccuracy has caused a much-deserved uproar, including among AP reporters like David Crary who refuse [...]

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