1.) First off you try to equate the terms "sexual intercourse" and "coitus". They are not the same words.<quoted text>
Sexual intercourse, aka coitus. Serious VV, both genders are needed for that. Legal ssm doesn't suddenly change the meaning of such words.
Are both genders listed on the license?'Nuff said.
Do I need to be crudely explicit here and speculate as to what ss sexual act, male and female, would substitute for coitus?
Did your Dad ever have "the talk" with you? If he had, I doubt you'd make a statement like that.
I never said it would. Don't start acting like Big D, and claim I did. We've had a respectual discussion and debate here VV, capeesh!?
"Sexual intercourse" takes place between two people of any gender. Do you deny that same-gender couples have sexual intercourse? I don't think you do.
"Coitus" very specifically refers to the "sexual union between a male and a female involving insertion of the penis into the vagina." (from the on line dictionary "Farflex" http://www.thefreedictionary.com/coitus ).
You may think I'm splitting hairs. But it's important for you to understand that there is a very distinct difference.
2.) Marriage licenses in states that recognize same-gender marriage have removed gender and replaced it with "person" or "applicant".
3.) You don't have to explain all of the various sexual acts. We're all adults.
4.) I'm in no way trying to be disrespectful. I just wanted to paint the picture of the police busting down a couple's door and forcing them into divorce court, because word had gotten out that they had never consummated their marriage.