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Yassss kweeen, werq! The three words you’ve just read will either immediately resonate, or sound utterly alien to you. If it’s the latter, you’ll feel as if these words are in another language. And in a way, they are. Translated they mean: yes queen, work! It’s an affirmation of a fellow gay person doing something […]more
Nellyarda, zhoosh the riah, titivate, schlumph your Vera down, and palare that omee for the bevvies because I’ve nanti dinarli. (Translation: Listen, style your hair, make yourself look pretty, drink up your gin, and talk to that man to get a drink because I’m skint). The words you’ve just read are Polari words. Polari encompasses […]more
If homosexuality is, as the poem has it, the love that dare not speak its name, then I suspect that bisexuality is the love that doesn’t quite know how to speak its name, daring or not. Bi chic, or: How to make a bisexual straight The problem starts with the fact that many people see […]more