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Gay

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Alexander H., Russian anatomist, 1842-1907. See: Gay glands.

gay

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1. A homosexual, especially male.
2. Denoting a homosexual person or the male homosexual lifestyle.

gay

Etymology: Fr, gai, merry
1 n, any person who is homosexual.
2 adj, pertaining to homosexuality.

gay

Sexology
adjective Referring to either male or female homosexual orientation.

noun Homosexual; vernacular for both male homosexuals and male homosexuality.

gay

adjective Referring to either ♂ and ♀ homosexual orientation, as in gay rights activism noun Homosexual; vernacular for ♂ homosexuals and ♂ homosexuality. See Homosexuality. Cf Closet.

gay

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1. A male homosexual.
2. Denoting homosexual individual or the male homosexual lifestyle.
See also: lesbian

gay

An informal term for homosexual, usually male.

Patient discussion about gay

Q. Is this a malady if i am homosexual? because i feel sometimes very unhappy and outside the society... Some people would say - "oh yes", other could say: "i don't know, but i think this is not so common or normal", "homosexual? even the rats don't do it in the laboratories", "they should be exterminated", and so on. In fact we hear probably more bad stuff, than something else. My brother is homosexual and was very long depressive, because he could not tell it to our parents. Perhaps he is still depressive - a little bit from time to time. He lives with his partner. I do not pretend to have the key about it, nor the why nor the "how it comes". I share here with you what I have been taught some years ago. I can live with that. It makes for me sense. I know that many of you will not agree with it, but as long we have not a better explanation...

A. I've worked with different gay people, open and in the closet. I have nothing but good experiences with them. I have never had a talk with them regarding their bring up or how they discovered they were gay.

Q. HOW DO I KNOW IF IM BISEXUAL? I WAS WITH HER ONLY ONCE...THOSE DA CONSIDER ME BISEXUAL?

A. thanxs...very helpful...wInk

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For instance there are some poor sods Whose title is reclaimed But others go on as before So proud to be defamed They've either got brass necks Or are too much in the know For fate to lay a hand on them Much less a body blow Perhaps it's always been like this Retribution for a few While others carry gaily on - Just doing what they do
A tradition going back to 1939, the concert draws crowds of tourists every year, clapping gaily in time with the "Radetzky March" a beloved and unavoidable encore, alongside the melancholic "Blue Danube Waltz".
AUBURN - Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night will prevent Santa from riding his reindeer aboard a gaily decorated Tower One fire truck Dec.
The Berlin gaily Sun reported at the time of the purchase that the New Hampshire part of the deal included the 23,000-acre Phillips Brook tract.
See them gaily avoiding tax, connive with tabloid hacks, make bubbles with company shares.
Snowdon Flyer, who continues to go the right way, is bidding to become only the third juvenile following Gaily Noble (1976) and Yankee Express ('82) to win this title.
Occasionally averting my eyes from scanning the road ahead for potholes, I cannot help but feel a sense of local pride as each day there appear to be more and more people abandoning their cars to take advantage of this new found freedom as they skip gaily to work, school or whatever other delights the day has in store for them.
LAST week, I saw a mounted police officer trotting gaily across the playground of the school opposite my house (it was the horse doing the gay trotting, obviously, not the officer).
Happy hens lay tasty eggs' goes the spiel--and with ads like this, even militant tree-huggers will be whistling gaily into their omelettes.
North's two clubs conventionally shows length in both majors, and South gaily leaps to game.
It's sparsely worded, but the art depicts scenes with a mastery of teen life; in an opening scene in which Jane has moved into her new suburban neighborhood, she lies in the grass as a bird sings gaily overhead and wryly thinks to herself, "I'm in hell.
Toby is in the back of the wagon, enjoying the sights and sounds and gaily singing, when "the wagon hit a BIG BUMP and sent Toby flying.