I was thinking about how “marriage” has always in essence meant, up until recent attempts by some to change the definition, a contract between a man and a woman.
If it’s not a man and a woman in the contract, it’s something else, but it ain’t marriage.
I think of it like this:
There are two necessary ingredients that make a pina colada: pineapple and coconut.
If you mix pineapple and pineapple, it is not a pina colada.
If you mix coconut and coconut, it is not a pina colada.
Pineapple and pineapple may be suitable for those who have never met a coconut that moves them.
Likewise, coconut and coconut may be the perfect tonic for one who prefers to avoid pineapple for whatever reason.
People are free to enjoy whichever drink refreshes them, but please don’t call coconut and coconut or pineapple and pineapple a “pina colada”, because without the two necessary ingredients for pina colada, it’s not a pina colada.