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    This Review contains major "Gay"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Gay is the first sprinter since Carl Lewis who is equally adept at the 200 as he is at the 100.
  2. Gay is a local Galveston artist, and will be available at the end of the night to sign posters.
  3. Gay is a regular in formations with five defensive backs.
  4. Gay is the only tropical storm on record which reached Thailand with typhoon wind strength.
  5. Gay was the 100 defending champion because last year's winner, Justin Gatlin, was stripped of the title for testing positive for steroids last April.

Months

  1. In the 18 months since Mitch Mayne became executive secretary of his San Francisco Mormon church, attendance has expanded from an unlikely community: gay and lesbian people and their supporters. (Web site)

Gay Priests

  1. A few months later, Uganda picked up its first two U.S. parishes, both in California and both bitterly opposed to gay priests.
  2. Navarro-Valls said that no gay man should be a priest and that the ordinations of gay priests might be invalid.

Gay Blog

  1. Jerry Falwell Hub -- Towleroad, the gay blog for modern gay men.

Gay Life

  1. After Stonewall, the sequel to Before Stonewall, chronicles the history of lesbian and gay life from the riots at Stonewall to the end of the century.
  2. The city, with its huge Village, the largest gay village in North America, hosts several major circuit parties and is an epicentre of gay life in Canada.
  3. Recent scholarship, however, challenges this assumption, asserting that Strayhorn lived an openly gay life and deeply enjoyed concert performances.

Pink Triangle

  1. The pink triangle is easily one of the more popular and widely-recognized symbols for the gay community.
  2. In the 1970s, the pink triangle started to be used in conjunction with the gay liberation movement.

Gay Divorce

  1. The Gay Divorce is a romantic and witty celebration of love.
  2. Gay Divorce earned only modest reviews from critics who had often favored Astaire's sister over him and missed her, and it did only modest business at first.

Gay Bars

  1. This also takes place on Fat Tuesday, although you can walk by any of the gay bars on Bourbon Street and catch beads.
  2. Mohammed, 36, went to college in Brussels, Belgium, and regularly hung out in gay bars there, De Gay Krant said.
  3. Some gay bars have started a tradition of having a weekly underwear night where men can check their pants.

Gay Agenda

  1. No matter how paranoid some people get about the "gay agenda," gay organizations are not trying to "recruit" straight people to switch.

Episcopal Church

  1. Next month the Episcopal Church of the US will consecrate its second openly gay bishop, Canon Mary Glasspool, as a bishop in the Los Angeles Diocese.
  2. Since 1974, Integrity has been a faithful witness of God's inclusive love to the Episcopal Church and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
  3. It would have replaced the language in D025 that specifically called for the full inclusion of gay and lesbian people to holy orders in the Episcopal Church.

Gene Robinson

  1. This long-simmering disagreement broke out into open warfare in 2003 with the consecration of the openly gay V. Gene Robinson as the Bishop of New Hampshire.
  2. In August 2003 the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire elected an openly gay priest, Gene Robinson as bishop.
  3. I expect that, given the title of this post, people can figure out that Gene Robinson, WO, and gay priests are on-topic.

Gay Rights Activist

  1. Born in California in 1970, Mike White is the son of Reverend Mel White, a noted author, pastor, and gay rights activist.
  2. Dr. Brent Hawkes, Gay rights activist, receives Canada 's highest civilian honor Rev.

John Gay

  1. The first and most popular ballad opera (and the only one still regularly revived to this day) is John Gay 's The Beggar's Opera.

Heterosexism

  1. The main effect of heterosexism is the marginalization of gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals within society.

Bisexual Men

  1. Unlike heterosexual men, gay and bisexual men tend to engage in sexual roles that are fluid.
  2. In 1996, Douglas N. Case published the first and only national quantitative study to date on gay and bisexual men within the college fraternity.
  3. The Gay Times is the United Kingdom 's leading gay magazine, for gay and bisexual men.

Enola Gay

  1. At 08:15, the Enola Gay dropped the nuclear bomb called "Little Boy" over the center of Hiroshima.

Gay Icon

  1. No one would deny that Valentino is a gay icon.
  2. After 20 years, gay icon and legendary artist David LaChapelle continues to push the limits of art through photography.
  3. Dykon A gay icon that appeals primarily to lesbians.

Gay Rights Movement

  1. In the 1970s, gay liberation groups resurrected the pink triangle as a popular symbol for the gay rights movement.
  2. A unique insight into the woman, the human being, the star, the gay icon so closely associated with Stonewall and the gay rights movement, and her songs.
  3. DignityUSA is a gay rights movement made up of Roman Catholics.

Strong Supporter

  1. Civil Rights Anna Eshoo was a strong supporter of the Gay Rights movement.

Gay Rights

  1. In the battle for lesbian and gay rights, the issue of equal marriage rights has taken center stage.
  2. Though this issue was rejected, this was the first time that an item of gay rights was discussed in China.
  3. Anita Bryant organized the first major opposition movement to gay rights in America, based on fundamentalist Christian values.

Harvey Milk

  1. Harvey Milk: OutSmart's celebration of the gay icon.
  2. In 1982, Brougham's definition was modified by Supervisor Harry Britt (a gay man appointed to replace Harvey Milk).
  3. A few openly gay people were elected to political office in the United States, beginning with Harvey Milk, who was later assassinated.

Gay People

  1. Traditionalist US Lutherans have warned they might leave to form another denomination after their Church voted to allow gay people to act as pastors.
  2. This Beenie Man is a fake artist who is strongly offensive against gay people.
  3. Maria Szyszkowska, in 2003 we were 4000 lesbian, gay people and their friends and families.

Bar

  1. In the early 1990s, a new gay bar, named simply "Stonewall" opened in the west half of the original Stonewall Inn.
  2. On Saturday morning, June 28, 1969, not long after 1:20 a.m., police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village.
  3. New York Stonewall Inn a gay bar in New York, New York the site of the Stonewall Riots in June 1969 that start of the gay rights movement in the USA.

Pretty

  1. If you stay on Bourbon Street, the “gay” area is pretty well marked with rainbow flags.
  2. In her testimony, lesbian activist attorney Jennifer Levi (who works for Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders) made it pretty clear.
  3. Lauderdale, we're [Gay Agenda] pretty sure these new toilets smell of something rotten.

Chapter

  1. Likewise if a pledge was discovered or believed to be gay or lesbian, the chapter was inclined to dismiss the pledge.

Gay Community

  1. Harvey Milk is widely regarded as a martyr for the gay community and the gay rights movement.
  2. A gay icon must be well known in the gay community to get icon status, this would include people like Liza Minnelli or Judy Garland.
  3. A gay icon is a popular culture entertainer, usually a woman, who has a significant following among the gay community, particularly among gay men.

Center

  1. Queens Pride House is a center for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities of Queens.
  2. Since the 1950s, South of Market has been a center for the leather subculture of the gay community.
  3. Gay (center) receiving his World Championship gold medal alongside Usain Bolt (left) and Wallace Spearmon (right).

Musical

  1. Chandler responds by listing the songs from the musical, and Monica asks if he is telling her he got a job in Oklahoma or if he's telling her he's gay.
  2. Gay Divorce (1932) is a musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Kenneth Webb and Samuel Hoffenstein.
  3. It was introduced on stage by Fred Astaire, who also sung it in the 1934 film The Gay Divorcee, based on the musical.

Growing

  1. Growing up gay: New Zealand men tell their stories.
  2. Gay life in the country Tolerence of gay people is growing in the main cities, while the villages remain prejudiced.
  3. Tolerence of gay people is growing in the main cities, while the villages remain prejudiced.

Hamstring

  1. American sprinter Tyson Gay says his hamstring is feeling better and he'll be healthy and ready to go when the Olympic 100-meter races start next week.

Problem

  1. Part of the problem is that we don’t have a standard definition of what it means to be gay or lesbian or bisexual.
  2. The problem isn't that people think male figure skaters are gay (crazy thing is, some of them are!).
  3. The recent decisions of the ELCA regarding homosexuality solved the problem faced by gay couples seeking church weddings.

Fraternities

  1. Men in fraternities can no longer deny that there are gay and bisexual men within their ranks or that homophobia is a pervasive problem.
  2. Educational resources, discussion forums, and a list of openly gay, lesbian, and bisexual members of fraternities and sororities throughout the country.
  3. Gay members of a number of fraternities said their houses have made efforts to make them feel comfortable.

Concentration Camps

  1. In the concentration camps in which they were imprisoned, gay men were forced to wear a pink triangle while lesbian women wore a black patch.
  2. The deaths of at least an estimated 15,000 gay men in concentration camps were officially documented.

Camps

  1. Not to generalize or offend, but male figure skaters seem to fall into two camps: gay or not gay.
  2. The marginalization of gay men in Germany was reflected in the camps.

Clinton

  1. In a June 1996 interview in the gay and lesbian magazine The Advocate, Clinton said: " I remain opposed to same-sex marriage.
  2. Some gay rights advocates criticized Clinton for not going far enough and accused him of making his campaign promise simply to get votes and contributions.

Aids

  1. The jump from "one figure skater was homosexual and died of AIDS" to "ALL figure skaters are gay and have AIDS" boggles me to this day, but whatever.
  2. Bob Hattoy (November 1, 1950 – March 4, 2007) was an American activist on issues related to gay rights, AIDS and the environment.
  3. Larry Kramer is an AIDS and gay rights activist.

Clubs

  1. Most of the discotheques were gay clubs in New York, and the DJs in these clubs specifically picked soul and funk records that had a strong, heavy groove.
  2. According to Frankie Knuckles, many people could not and still cannot deal with the fact that House music started in gay clubs.
  3. Among other restrictive actions, the Nazis began closing all gay bars and clubs and, in February, opened the first concentration camps.

Favor

  1. Heterosexism also encompasses discrimination and prejudice in favor of heterosexual people over gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.
  2. Norway's upper house of parliament voted 23-17 in favor of the gender-neutral marriage law on the same day that gay couples were marrying in California.
  3. Wedding Wars, A&E: In this film comedy, a gay wedding planner (John Stamos) leads a nationwide strike in favor of gay marriage.

Trials

  1. American sprinter Tyson Gay recently made headlines for his 9.68-second win in the 100-meter dash during the Olympic trials (June 29, 2008).

Washington

  1. In the same year, she spoke before the National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights.
  2. In September 2000, Paulk was found and photographed in a Washington, D.C. gay bar, and accused by opponents of flirting with male patrons at the bar.
  3. John Paulk was photographed at a gay bar in Washington, DC in September 2000 by Wayne Besen of the Human Rights Campaign.

Gay Activist

  1. This person, Wayne Besen, is a gay activist who unconsciously plays out his unresolved childhood trauma in public forums, i.e.
  2. In 1867, Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, the first known gay activist, spoke against sodomy laws at a legal conference in Germany.
  3. Alex Au has been a gay activist for over 10 years and is the co-founder of gay advocacy group People Like Us.

Author

  1. John Lauritsen is a gay activist, AIDS dissident, and author from the earliest days of the gay liberation movement.
  2. Stephanie Adams was the first Playboy Centerfold to come "out" as a lesbian and is the author of 13 gay and lesbian astrology books.
  3. John Preston (1945 - 1994) was an author of gay erotica.

Dumbledore

  1. She was asked by one young fan whether Dumbledore finds "true love." "Dumbledore is gay," the author responded to gasps and applause.
  2. I always thought of Dumbledore as gay.
  3. In this video, Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy, discusses JK Rowling's recent outing of Dumbledore as a gay man.

Symbol

  1. As a symbol of lesbian pride it is considered the female counterpart to the pink triangle, which was a symbol for gay men.
  2. The pink triangle, symbol of the "gay rights" movement, is familiar to many Americans.
  3. Although the flag is often common in the gay community, it is not a "gay-only" symbol.

Love

  1. Andy Lippincott - Joanie fell in love with him, but on a date, he revealed that he was gay.
  2. Judge Brett Cullum would love to be gay, black, and married, if he got to be as funny as Wanda Sykes.
  3. Ian McKellen's first professional stage appearance was in 1961, and in 1965 he made his film debut, playing a gay character in A Touch of Love with Sandy.

Straight

  1. Sigma Phi Beta is a college fraternity for gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender men in college.
  2. Delta Lambda Phi's membership is open to all men whether they are gay, bisexual, or straight.
  3. Its sympathetic representation of openly gay men won acclaim from both straight and gay viewers.

Gay Clergy

  1. But the national church insists on the ordination of openly gay clergy and on blessing same-sex unions.
  2. In the past known gay clergy were ordained to the episcopate only because they lied about their sexuality.
  3. The meeting was organised by the Clergy Consultation, a support group for gay clergy, ordinands and Anglican monks and nuns.

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