I wonder how many young people understand this without googling it???Smart decision by 5th Circuit as allowing gender fluidity and incorporating newly invented words into court decisions could open up challenges to an unimaginable number of cases. Still, English is a living language that necessarily changes over time to reflect the society that uses it. Some words can no longer be used...'queer' used to mean unusual, "That's a queer placement of that sofa" would now have derogatory connation. 'Bad' can mean 'good'. And so on. You could say "I think it's swell" and it would cause confusion if you were being sincere or snarky.
A contemporary remake of this Fred Astaire / Ginger Rogers movie would necessarily have a same-sex couple:
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