The Chinese Communist Party wants to bring back the old-fashioned form of address “comrade,” but there’s one problem: it’s too gay
Merriam-Webster’s Twitter account made a post yesterday remembering the loss of “thon,” a proposed gender-neutral pronoun used in the 1930s
Three residents of the island of Lesbos lost a court case trying to ban the use of the word “lesbian” to refer to gay women.
Celebrate the new year by learning some wicked new slang, perfect for the bar, the bedroom or the beasts in your life.
Catholic bishops in Colombia have come out as being pro-bullying… at least when the LGBTQ community is involved.
If you’re going to visit Barcelona, it helps to know the main language is Catalan, NOT Spanish. Don’t cancel that trip just yet — our Catalan phrasebook will save the day!
If you’re planning a trip to Berlin, you’ll want our phrasebook of useful German phrases for getting around, handling emergencies and — of course — flirting.
Traveling to Thailand? Our Thai phrasebook will help you travel, flirt, make plans and handle emergencies. It has written Thai and a pronunciation key!
If you’re going to see the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, it’ll help to know a little Brazilian Portuguese. These common phrases should help.
Some folks feel upset that HuffPo recently renamed its “Gay Voices” section to “Queer Voices”, but they’ve yet to offer any inclusive alternative.
Serve up some extra helpings of sass this Thanksgiving with our newest glossary of irreverently naughty queer slang — and don’t forget the cardbordeaux!
Are you offended by the word ‘fag’? Some people think it should be reclaimed, and others think it should be abandoned — what do you think? Do you use it?
What do you call a submissive male in stylish pants at a boring sex party? We’ve got those and a few other playfully naughty queer slang terms just for you!
Here’s 10 naughty new bits of queer slang to spice up your weekend-speak. You may not like each word’s politics, but one is bound to end up on your tongue.
Thirty gay men explained how they felt when they heard the word “faggot”. Their responses raise a classic question: Do we even need to say the word at all?
Text-only communication is fraught with peril. What do you say when you’re unsure what to say? Here comes jjjjjj to the rescue! It’s like nodding in text!