20 Gay Slang Terms Every Homosexual Needs To Know :rainbow: :books:

Yours truely is back in action after a well deserved hiatus. Now, after much consideration and going back and overlooking the results from the poll I posted before the end of last year I’ve decided what a better way to get back into the swing of things then my first post being a comedic/information one.

Gay Slang, probably one of the most confusing languages I’ve come across in my twenty one years of living, can I get an Amen?

It seems that almost every week new words are added into our ever growing dictionary and lets face it, it’s hard to keep up with it all.

Here in this blog I’ll be going through twenty of the „supposably“ most basic gay slang terms every gay needs to know to get by a just a little easier when conversing with those real flaming homosexuals. Don’t worry, we’ll get to that one later…

To dominate the game and leave everyone else feeling speechless and unworthy of your presences.

„Beyoncé Lemonade album slayed, she even said so, cuz she slay“

To share some juicy gossip or news about someone or something that often involves some major drama.

To uncover or call out the truth about something or someone.

„I could clock her wig line“ or „I couldn’t clock her if I tried“

To add the finishing touches onto ones makeup and/or to layer excess amount of products onto ones face.

A comment towards someone that is perceived as disrespectful and rude. Often delivered slyly.

„Did you just throw shade?“ or „that’s really shady of you“

To be gobsmacked by someone’s incredibly good looks, fierce personality or something they did that was fantastic.

To praise, congratulate and/or approve of someone in what they are doing.

To exit out of a conversation after not being able to deal with it anymore.

Usually delivered with attitude. Can be slightly passive aggressive.

1. An extremely flamboyant, sassy and dramatic homosexual man.

2. Your idol, someone you look up to, who you think kills the game and slays.

A drag queen or male who looks like a real woman with seemingly no effort.

„He is looking so fishy right now!“ or „His serving us some real fish“

A man who uses a women to conceal the fact that his actually a homosexual.

A party which involves some great tunes, a bunch of girlfriends and some spilling of the tea.

„Lets have a Kiki… I wanna have a Kiki, lock the doors, tight!“

Someone who is extremely animated, theatrical and/or bubbly in the way which they communicate and/or act.

When something or someone is incredibly fierce that you can’t do or say anything but want to gag at the overload of fierceness.

A straight woman who has a large amount of homosexual male friends.

„His such a Prawn!“ or „What a waste, such a Prawn“

A man who, by a glance, you couldn’t tell was a homosexual.

Someone who is the complete opposite of ‚kinky‘. Often said to be boring in bed.

„I ain’t no Vanilla, not going to lie“ or „his so vanilla, boring“

That’s all for now guys. Hope you enjoyed and learnt or refreshed your memory, depending on how „flaming“ you are. Alright I call for recess!

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And yes, this will still be a thing all throughout 2018 as it was last year. Cheers to this year and almost making it through one month already. WHOO!

Where is it illegal to be gay?

Even where homosexuality is legal, many countries treat those in same-sex relationships differently, such as having an unequal age of consent or a ban on marriage. In Russia, host of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a law banning the promotion of „non-traditional“ sexuality to under-18s was introduced last year.

So, where is it illegal to be gay? Which countries allow same-sex marriages? Explore the map of UN member states below to find out.

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Where is it illegal to be gay?

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Linus Wahlgren’s Girlfriend

Linus Wahlgren is single. He is not dating anyone currently. Linus had at least 1 relationship in the past. Linus Wahlgren has not been previously engaged. The son of Hans Wahlgren and screen actress Christina Schollin, he grew up with actor siblings named Niclas and Pernilla. According to our records, he has no children.

Like many celebrities and famous people, Linus keeps his personal and love life private. Check back often as we will continue to update this page with new relationship details. Let’s take a look at Linus Wahlgren past relationships, ex-girlfriends and previous hookups.

Linus Wahlgren’s birth sign is Virgo. Virgos are often slow to fall in love. They are conservative by nature and cautious with their hearts, they benefit from a more flirtatious aggressive partner to start things off. The most compatible signs with Virgo are generally considered to be Taurus, Cancer, Scorpio, and Capricorn. The least compatible signs with Virgo are generally considered to be Gemini and Sagittarius. Linus Wahlgren also has a ruling planet of Mercury.

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Decriminalising being gay

During the last 200 years, an increasing number of countries have decriminalised same-sex relationships. After a period of criminalisation before the French Revolution in 1789, the trend towards decriminalisation gathered pace – particularly in the 1960s and 1970s.

However, some countries are moving in the opposite direction, introducing punitive new laws and strengthening existing penalties. Last year, India reinstated a 153-year-old colonial-era law criminalising gay sex. Nigeria, which already bans gay relationships, also recently outlawed same-sex marriages, gay groups and shows of same-sex public affection.

Olympic host Russia also introduced controversial legislation in June that prescribes fines for anyone giving information about homosexuality to people under 18.

Decriminalising being gay

Legal status of homosexuality: 1789-2014

In 1789, the timeline’s starting point, homosexuality was illegal in

Note: Where possible, former colonies have been referenced by their current name.

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Linus was born in the 1970s. The 1970s were an era of economic struggle, cultural change, and technological innovation. The Seventies saw many women’s rights, gay rights, and environmental movements.

Comments (44)

I have literally not heard another gay person that wasn’t in a gay bar say most of these??? Like I really only have heard these from stereotypical flamboyant gays and like lots of gay guys are not like that

I just realized that this was featured before and I never noticed lol

Thanks for the feature! :heart_eyes: :kissing_heart: it was featured but someone had a moment :joy:

*Me to all these unnecessary negative comments* :joy:

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Rosa : So I am looking and I see a young woman, and it’s de Sabrina. And she’s talking. Who’s she talking to? A man, but not her daddy because he’s not as tall.

Joanna : It was Linus. Sabrina went out with Linus.

Linda : Sabrina went out with Linus? That’s too weird.

Joanna : It’s not „a“ gay, Rosa. It’s just gay.

Linda : Linus is gay? That makes me like him more.

Posted on April 03 2013 by Dathen Boccabella

There are so many mysteries in the Zelda universe. Some of them we will never have the answers to, but others, once you are aware of them, are starkly obvious. The sexuality of our hero, Link, is one of the easy questions to answer. Link is homosexual! It is blatantly obvious, once you assess the evidence. This theory goes way back. Quality Zelda theorists from the quality theorizing section of the quality Zelda fan site Zelda Universe have been formulating this theory for years. We all know that something’s got merit if it comes from Zelda Universe theorizing right? Right?

Link’s feminine facial features aside, there is much more depth to his sexual orientation. Research suggests that homosexual males gravitate towards females as close friends in their childhood, moreso than male friends. So Link, that’s why you’re close to Saria and Illia right? I can’t think of any other reason there might be for that, except, perhaps… maybe… romantic interests? Nah, that can’t be right. He had plenty of chances, but Link was always cold to them. He never returned anything or took the hint.

Take Saria for instance. There they were, alone on the bridge in The Lost Woods. Saria was pouring her heart out and ended up giving Link one of her most precious possessions in the Fairy Ocarina. Can’t Link take the hint that she likes him? Instead he just runs away. Granted, she may be 400 years old and always look ten, but to Link she’s the perfect age. What a cute little Kokiri couple they’d be. Let’s not even get into the amount of almost-moments Link and Illia had in Twilight Princess. Or the amount of times that Link has been the big tough hero who saved Hyrule and the Princess, but then did nothing. Is there a better chance to pick up than after saving the world and their life? Didn’t think so. Link is just not interested. It’s not hard to fathom why.

Every time some female drops him a hint that they like him, he runs. He avoids Princess Ruto – he even jumps off a tree into a fountain to get away from her. He was engaged to her with the Zora’s Sapphire, but it is slightly understandable he ran though, because that whole relationship was rather fishy. But what about the others? There’s Nabooru promising Link suspicious favours and later calling him handsome, and still Link does nothing. Can’t he just say something? Why does he have to be so cold? Why can’t he just tell them that he’s gay? Like poor Midna. If she’d known that all along, then her farewell wouldn’t have been so hard. No, instead Link had to lead her on. He must be one of the few emotionless gays out there. Maron’s another prime example. So many chances, so many hints, but he’s just not interested. Even Talon sees the potential chemistry between the two. Link doesn’t though because he doesn’t consider it an option.

Yeah, Link’s mind may be focused on saving Hyrule, but what about when everything is peaceful? He’s just not interested. Instead he lives for other moments. Moments like those in the Chamber of Sages with Rauru. Now I don’t really want to imagine what happened in those seven years, but I can tell you this: clothes don’t change themselves. Link isn’t concerned about that though. Sure, he is surprised that seven years have passed, but not that Rauru has been undressing him. Then for all of the females that Link avoids, he has no hesitation getting some intimate hugs from Darunia – some sworn brothers stuff there. Then there’s Sheik. Link shows an intrigue towards Sheik because he is one handsome man; it’s just that something doesn’t seem quite right about him for Link. Don’t ever doubt gay instinct my friends.

I’m not petty, so I won’t use Link’s piercings, or his green dress, or his really tight leggings to assess his sexuality. Besides, it’s not really necessary. In 2006 Link was named the Hottest Video Game Character by monthly gay and lesbian culture magazine ‘Out’. What more do you need? If you have such a following, such support, from the gay community you have to be gay. Just look at Randy Orton!

Zelda, Tetra, Saria, Ruto, Illia, Nabooru… the list goes on. It’s understandable – who wouldn’t want Link. He just doesn’t want them. I just wish he wasn’t shy about it. Why does he have to hold all of his emotions inside? Let them out Link, let them out. Be who you are. Don’t be what society demands you should be. Don’t conform. The poor boy is so confused. He tries his hardest to avoid all of these girls, but on the very slightest of occasions he lets himself go, not to arouse suspicion. Like when he holds hands with Zelda in Spirit Tracks or lets Zelda from The Adventure of Link do stuff to him behind the curtain. Experimentation is all a part of finding your sexuality buddy, but don’t do anything you don’t want to.

There is quite a funny side to this. I can already read the thoughts of many of you readers. Some of you won’t have made it this far before commenting, others will be waiting for this to end so that you can comment. You want to express your disgust for such a notion, for such a pointless and ridiculous piece of journalism. But that’s the point exactly. I make a weak case that Link is gay, and you’re all riled up to fire back your reasons that he isn’t. You want to defend Link’s apparent straight orientation, but I hope that in itself reveals to you what I want you to take away from this piece.

It doesn’t matter if Link is gay, or straight, or bi, or a hermaphrodite, or a eunuch even. All that matters is the gaming experiences that he gives us as players. We shouldn’t expect Link to be straight, just like we shouldn’t expect everyone we know to have the same sexual orientation as us, or what society apparently says they should have. It wouldn’t surprise me if some people would say “I would never play another Zelda game again if Link was gay”. It’s immature, just like it is to judge by sexuality.

Instead, if Link really was gay it should help people to see that such preferences don’t change people. Everyone is still special in their own ways. People like Freddy Mercury and Sir Ian MacKellan are icons to many of us, and have helped many people to become more accepting of the gay community. If Nintendo had, or ever made, a decision for Link to be decisively gay, then I would hope he would have a similar influence on those who are fans of the Zelda series. It’s like the school-yard cliché that says males with their right ear pierced are homosexual. Link is one figure I know that has abolished that stereotype in many teenagers and children. Link has a strong influence over youth, and his sexuality would too. Not in influencing preferences, but in teaching acceptance and respect of differences.

The truth of the matter is that Link is gay, but he’s also straight. He’s everything at the same time. Always Link has been a shell for the player to fill with themselves, and the reason he responds as he does to the female characters around him is because it is up to you to complete the story. Link’s romantic interests are your decision. That is interactive entertainment for you. You make the choices for Link. He’s gay if you want him to be, and the point of that, the point of all of this is as follows: don’t judge by sexuality. It doesn’t change the person that Link is, or what he has done, and that goes for everyone else as well.