The BBC's ruling was heavily criticised by the Minister for Children, Kevin Brennanwho stated in response that "the casual use of homophobic language by mainstream radio DJs" is:. It has nevertheless been claimed that gay stands for "Good As You", but there is no evidence for this: it is a backronym created as popular etymology.
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Research by William T. Main article: Terminology of homosexuality. In English, the word's primary meaning was "joyful", "carefree", "bright and showy", and the word was very commonly used with this meaning in speech and literature.
Shame the same can't be done somehow in gay clubs. Whereas, the US is ranked as the most responsive country in But do gays actually go for the men in these world. So Americans should obviously be getting better care, right? Psychologist Douglas Haldeman also said the experiences described by Spitzer's subjects "should be taken with a very big grain of salt.
But remember that we're actual people too! But critics have challenged the study, even before it was formally unveiled at today's session of the American Psychiatric Association's annual meeting in New Orleans, which was jammed with television cameras reporting on the presentation.
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Not, as she had been, a monogamous married businesswoman. Neale said the team, which included psychologists and sociologists, used suggestions from those colleagues and outside L. Archived from the original on 1 March