I think the previous answers are missing the boat here. Judy is talking about the fact that if a spouse (or former spouse) is still living then his/her name will not be shown as spouse on the public view of a person's profile. This is a matter of what WikiTree has chosen to display on the public profile page and is not under control of the profile manager, nor does it have anything to do with the spouse having a profile or being connected as spouse to the profile we're talking about.
Susan - Since your spouses are (or could be) living, based on their birth being less than 100 years ago and no death date entered in their profiles, WikiTree will not permit them to be either public (green) or open (white). Judy is not saying anything about the privacy level of her spouses' profiles. She is only talking about the fact that they are not listed as spouses on her own profile.
Karen, this is not a question of Judy's spouses having WikiTree profiles or even what the privacy levels of their profiles are, nor is there any question of them being connected to her as spouses. It is strictly a question of the public view page not showing them as her spouses and that is a function of what WikiTree has chosen to include on the public view page.
She is making a suggestion of changing the public view page display to add showing names of spouses. For the record, I, too, would like to see spouses names displayed there.