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This is a list of slang terms used for LGBT lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Category:LGBT culture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revisionreviewed on 29 July
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The Labour party have called for Young, who has been appointed to the government's new universities regulator, to be sacked after dozens of past tweets and articles were unearthed in which he made sexist and homophobic remarks. Young repeatedly used his Twitter account to rate women's breasts, and he has written columns that use insulting words to describe gay people. However Johnson, who published some of Young's controversial articles while the editor of the Spectator, defended Young, praising his "caustic wit," and saying he was the "ideal man for [the] job.
Top definition. A colloquial word used in NewburyportMassachusetts at least before the Second World Warallegedly shouted from one naval ship to another to identify a resident of Newburyport. Also used to show both affirmation and disapproval "yes," "no" ; first word of the Newburyport slang-phrase " yeat the bun. John: Yeat!