Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on the talk page. By contrast, " gay " can be seen as an umbrella termas in "the gay community. Cox and his colleagues proposed that "gaydar" is simply an alternate label for using LGBT stereotypes to infer orientation e.
When did I begin to prefer lilies to roses? Around the bbc. Do I have to get up?
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I would say so--it seems like we're having two parallel discussions on this page. Wolfdog, are you not going to vote?
Lesbiangaybisexualand transgender LGBT slang. I made the following changes:. But as he discovers, research has shown that for many men — even many straight men — a gay-sounding voice is normal. If it's to be titled "Gay speech," a hatnote should be placed at the top of the article pointing readers to the LGBT linguistics article so that readers who land here expecting to find information on women or about the LGBT community as a whole, because gay can also refer to women and to the LGBT community, will immediately know where to go for broader information.
I do not think there is any need to draft new content now, but instead, we could re-arrange the text in these existing articles to establish these new articles. Perhaps the discussion envisioning the creation of related new and restricting of other articles should go elsewhere?
The name, while a slight misnomer, is a popular term for the supposed speech patterns the article discusses. Blue Rasberry talk , 5 November UTC There's no "lesbian lisp" or "lesbian accent" though, so why would it be necessary to clarify? I would like most readers to land on LGBT speech as the top level concept to establish the statement of fact that there is a global phenomenon of LGBT people practicing a subculture of speaking style including linguistic, accent, slang, and whatever other differences.