The following is a list of LGBT-related slurs that are, or have been, used as insinuations or allegations about lesbiangaybisexualor transgender and non-binary people, or to refer to them in a derogatory that is, criticalpejorative disapproving or contemptuousor otherwise insulting manner. Prejudice against homosexual people is called homophobia. The use of the word gay as a pejorative is considered by some to be homophobic,   because it implies that homosexuality is wrong.
That's what this guy has to say about the "older woman in yoga pants" who had lunch recently at Bill's Bar in Hopkinton. If you are ever free, maybe we could work out? Someone driving a truck from Milford to Upton heading north on on Jan.
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Top definition. Are you gay? Clarification sought by an observer of outwardly homosexual behaviour exhibited by tatooed British expatriate male living in Singapore, working in a male dominated industry.
Looking back over the previous postI'm not sure my argument was as focused as I wanted it to be. So let me return to Michael Ruse's discussion of rape, and what I take to be the core of his argument: I am simply saying that if women did go into heat, then even if we had the same moral principles -- treat others fairly, etc. Having to take a shit is a physical adaptation, and it makes silly the moral claim that you ought never shit -- although it does not affect the claim that it is wrong to go to your supervisor's home for supper and end the evening by crapping on his Persian rug.