|by XYZ||reply 49||06/27/2013|
Gay will suffice.
|by XYZ||reply 1||06/23/2013|
LG is based in South Korea, no?
|by XYZ||reply 2||06/23/2013|
|by XYZ||reply 3||06/23/2013|
LGBTQIAATA (And their allies)
Let's make it happen, people!
|by XYZ||reply 4||06/23/2013|
|by XYZ||reply 6||06/24/2013|
R6, that's ghey!
|by XYZ||reply 7||06/24/2013|
(LGBT people who live on Old MacDonald's Farm)
|by XYZ||reply 8||06/24/2013|
You're only allowed to pick five consonants and one vowel.
|by XYZ||reply 9||06/24/2013|
|by XYZ||reply 10||06/24/2013|
For generations we've tried to convince the straight community that there is more than one orientation (straight), then we get all upset when we realize there are more than two (gay/straight).
|by XYZ||reply 11||06/24/2013|
Gay, or lesbian gay.
When the part-timer bisexuals are in homosex mode, they can be gay or lesbian; otherwise they're in straight mode.
Transexuals and and all the rest are as distant from my identity and day to day life and concerns as the issue of human rights in Tibet or child soldiers in Uganda. I wish them well, but their concerns and mine are not on the same sheet of paper, let alone in the overlapping area of some Venn diagram.
|by XYZ||reply 12||06/24/2013|
Oh my! I can't handle it. That's just TOO MANY letters. I like everything to be simple and easy. This is like MATH.
|by XYZ||reply 13||06/24/2013|
What R12 said in his third paragraph. I wish them no harm, but they do not intersect with me at any point.
|by XYZ||reply 14||06/24/2013|
Sexual identity and sexual orientation might be different, but they are connected in their oppression, as as people of minority status, race, and women in general. We ALL share the same battle.
|by XYZ||reply 15||06/24/2013|
Lousy Branding. How about Human Rights for All?
|by XYZ||reply 16||06/24/2013|
R15, I understand that but this is beginning to look like the periodic table of sexuality. Do we really have to tack on a new initial every time an identity, non-identity, and any variation thereof is discovered?
|by XYZ||reply 17||06/24/2013|
What does the "A" stand for, Amazeballs?
|by XYZ||reply 18||06/24/2013|
A is for allies.
|by XYZ||reply 19||06/24/2013|
OP...are you talking about TV products??
|by XYZ||reply 20||06/24/2013|
A is for allies or asexuals.
P is for Pansexual, a name, I call myself, Fa a long long way to run!
|by XYZ||reply 21||06/24/2013|
Pansexual? Gurl just be honest, you're a whore. Don't try to pretty-it-up.
|by XYZ||reply 22||06/24/2013|
r12, there's no part time homosex, at least in my experience (I'm aware people pull this b.s.). I'm bi/pansexual, not a hippy just don't care about sex (m/f). And that's that. No matter who I'm dating, my orientation has never changed.
|by XYZ||reply 23||06/24/2013|
Btw, I'm a virgin. I don't get why people think because you're attracted to both/third (or whatever) genders that you're a whore. I do understand people use labels to justify their whoredom but I've also heard gay males say that they're gay of COURSE they sleep around. Actually I've heard this from straight men, too. I've heard this from women, as well, but they used whatever lifestyle (not necessary LGBT) to justify it. It doesn't need justification. If you want to sleep around, go ahead. It's not our business, but don't slander us by using our labels.
|by XYZ||reply 24||06/24/2013|
G is all you need.
L is alright.
B if ya gotta.
The rest, no.
|by XYZ||reply 25||06/24/2013|
I have an LG air conditioner.
|by XYZ||reply 26||06/24/2013|
Really now: The most anyone here cares about is "G" and that's about it across the country.
|by XYZ||reply 27||06/24/2013|
LG wants to build a 14-story office building in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. which will diminish the panoramic view of the Palisades from New York. LG is being asked to lower the height. The case is headed to court.
|by XYZ||reply 28||06/26/2013|
I'm all for including everyone, but I hate the giant alphabet soup acronym. We need just one word that means non-heterosexual/non-cisgendered. Is "queer" making any progress on that front?
|by XYZ||reply 29||06/26/2013|
LG is also for [italic]large[/italic].
|by XYZ||reply 30||06/26/2013|
|by XYZ||reply 31||06/26/2013|
LGBTQIA LGBTQIA bo blgbtqia bonana fana fo flgbtqian fee fo mo mlgbtqia, LGBTQIA!
|by XYZ||reply 32||06/26/2013|
R12 and R14 - among others - state their boundaries and may they impale themselves on their exclusionary, naive and selfish fence posts.
|by XYZ||reply 33||06/26/2013|
R29, I agree about using the all-encompassing one word, but "Queer" is not it. I have never met any man who calls himself "queer" who is remotely attractive. It's always flamboyant or weirdo, fringe-type guys.
|by XYZ||reply 34||06/26/2013|
My brotha just bought a LG flat screen.
|by XYZ||reply 35||06/26/2013|
[quote]I'm all for including everyone, but I hate the giant alphabet soup acronym. We need just one word that means non-heterosexual/non-cisgendered. Is "queer" making any progress on that front?
I'd heard that "Q" was supposed to become the great catch-all for all the different segments. After all, "queer" has always meant different or odd, anything out of the normal range. It makes so much sense to me.
|by XYZ||reply 37||06/26/2013|
This is what happens when people start taking themselves to seriously. I'm just going to say queer and fucking everything else.
|by XYZ||reply 38||06/27/2013|
and I mean it
|by XYZ||reply 39||06/27/2013|
R24, if you are a true virgin then you don't belong here.
|by XYZ||reply 40||06/27/2013|
What about FAGS? Take back the word, embrace it, and neutralize its negativity.
|by XYZ||reply 41||06/27/2013|
The South Korean manufacturer LG is Lucky Goldstar.
|by XYZ||reply 42||06/27/2013|
r36, there's another GALA - Gay Lawyers Assocation.
|by XYZ||reply 43||06/27/2013|
R29, "queer" has been appropriated by the queer theory freaks.
|by XYZ||reply 44||06/27/2013|
Lgbtqia....damn what a beautiful name. Why didn't we think of that?
|by XYZ||reply 45||06/27/2013|
How would it be pronounced... El-jib-tea-quee -ah?
|by XYZ||reply 46||06/27/2013|
What does "Questioning" mean??
|by XYZ||reply 47||06/27/2013|
Unsure about their sexuality, I suppose.
|by XYZ||reply 48||06/27/2013|
[quote] Unsure about their sexuality, I suppose.
In other words, the "Questioning" people are about 4 years old, give or take?
|by XYZ||reply 49||06/27/2013|