LGBT 관련 비방 목록 - List of LGBT-related slurs

다음은 레즈비언 , 게이 , 양성애자 , 트랜스젠더비 이분법 인 사람들 에 대한 암시 또는 주장으로 사용되었거나 사용 된 LGBT 관련 비방목록입니다. ), 경멸 적 (비 승인 또는 경멸 적) 또는 기타 모욕적 인 방식

일반

기간 언어 의미 메모 참조
다리 영어 무언가를 왜곡하는 사람 [1]
일탈 영어 잘못되고 다른 [2]

남자에 대하여

기간 언어 의미 메모 참조
여자 같은 영어 여성스러운 남자 [삼]
아가씨 남자 영어 여성스러운 남자 [4]
팬지 영어 여성스러운 남자 [5]
야누스 영어 여성스러운 남자 [5]
소돔 사람 영어 Man who has anal sex [6]
Nancy English Homosexual or effeminate man [7][8]
Poof/Poofter English Effeminate man [1]
Fairy English Effeminate man [9]
Brownie English Man who enjoys being anally penetrated [10]
Pillow-biter English Man who enjoys being anally penetrated [11]
Bugger English Man who has anal sex [12]
Cola Chilean Spanish "Tail", man who enjoys being anally penetrated [13]
Fudgepacker English Man who enjoys to penetrate anally [14]
Nelly English A feminine man [15]

Against women

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Fag hag English Woman who likes to associate with androphilic men [16]
Fish English "Fish" as in something smelling badly Used by some gay men to refer to women [17]
Rug muncher English A woman who performs cunnilingus [18]
Marimacho Spanish Masculine woman [19]
Bitch English Prostitute or overbearing woman [20]

Against homosexuals

Prejudice against homosexual people is called homophobia

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Homo English Homosexual [21]
Homintern English Homosexual advocate, member of the so-called "Gay Mafia" Used during the McCarthyist scare [22][23]
Invert English [24]
Bent English Crooked or wrong Used in the United Kingdom[25][26][27] [28][29]
Пидорас (Pidoras) Russian Homosexual [30]

Gay men

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Faggot/Fag English Homosexual man Used in North America.[a] [33]
Fjolla Swedish Effeminate homosexual man [34]
Machobög Swedish Masculine homosexual man [35]
Viado Portuguese Feminine homosexual man [36]
Shirtlifter English A gay man who is sexually aggressive towards young boys Based after a LGBTQ+ stereotype [37]
Bardash English Man who is submissive during homosexual acts Derives from an Italian word for male prostitute [38][39]
Bakla Several Used in the Philippines [40]
Batiman Belizean Creole "Butt man": a gay man Used in Belize. [41][42]
Flamer/Flaming English Extroverted and obvious homosexual man [5]
Fruit English Homosexual man [37]
Moffie English, Afrikaans Homosexual man who bottoms Used in South Africa [37][43]
Ponce English Homosexual man who is unmasculine [37]
Tapette French Homosexual man who is deemed cowardly [37][44]
Steamer English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Nola English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Flit English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Daffodil English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Jocker English Masculine homosexual man [37]
Quean English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Greek English Homosexual man who is masculine [37]
Tonk English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Lizzie English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Wonk English Homosexual man who is not very masculine [37]
Dorian English Homosexual man [37]
Poove English Homosexual man who is not very masculine Often used in prisons in the past [37]
Sod English Homosexual man [45]
Fairy English Homosexual man [46]
Ogay English A play on the brand Olay and derived from "gay" [47]
Batty boy/batty man English Homosexual man Used in the Anglophone Caribbean [48][49]
Nancy/nancy boy English Homosexual or effeminate man [8]
Woofter English Homosexual or effeminate man Alteration of poofter [50]
Twinkie/twink English Homosexual or effeminate man [51]
Swish English Effeminate homosexual man [52]
Nelly/nellie English Effeminate homosexual man [53]
Pédale French Effeminate homosexual man [54]
PD/Pédéraste French Synonymous to calling someone a Pedophile Based after a LGBTQ+ stereotype [55]

Lesbians

Prejudice against lesbians is called lesbophobia

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Dyke English Lesbian, homosexual woman Has been partly reclaimed by some women. [56]
Bollera Spanish Lesbian, homosexual woman [57]
Tortillera Spanish Lesbian, homosexual woman used in Latin America [58]
Lesbo English Lesbian, homosexual woman [59]
Flata Swedish Lesbian, homosexual woman Outdated and rarely used as a pejorative in the 21st century [60]
Bofe Portuguese Masculine lesbian Used in Brazil [61]
Caminhoneira Portuguese Masculine lesbian Used in Brazil [61]
Gouine French Lesbian, homosexual woman Has been partly reclaimed by some women. [62]
Goudou French Lesbian, homosexual woman Has been partly reclaimed by some women. [63][better source needed]

Against bisexual people

Prejudice against bisexual people is called biphobia

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
AC/DC English Goes both ways Used in North America [64]
Switch hitter English Doing it both right and left Comes from baseball terminology for a player who bats both right and left handed [65]

Bisexual women

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Lug English "Lesbian until graduation" Used against women who have had homosexual relationships in the past but are now with men [66]
Fauxbians English Fake lesbian, often for attention Sometimes used against bisexual women [67]

Against transgender people

Prejudice against transgender people is called transphobia

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Tranny/Trannie English Diminutive of transvestite or transgender Mostly targeted towards transgender women, however can be used towards all transgender individuals. [68]
Shim English Portmanteau of “she” and “him” [68]
HeShe English Often not derogatory within African American LGBT communities[15] [69]
Transtrender English Someone pretending to be transgender Implies that one who claims to be transgender is only doing it for attention [70][71][72][73]
Troon English Portmanteau of the words goon and trans. Literally means "Thug transgender person". Could also be loon and trans which would mean "Lunatic transgender person" [74]
It English Referring to a transgender person by the "it" pronoun is very offensive and dehumanizing.

Trans men

Prejudice against trans men is called transmisandry.

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Cuntboy English A man with a vagina [75]
Hefemale English [76]

Trans women

Prejudice against trans women is called transmisogyny

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Shemale English Woman who's had top surgery or breast growth from HRT, but not bottom surgery[77] May be used by trans sex workers [78]
Dickgirl English A woman with a penis [75]
Ladyboy English [75]
Chicks with dicks English Women with penises [79]
Mahu Hawaiian Hermaphrodite, masculine woman, feminine man Was not originally offensive [80]
Shim English Portmanteau of "she" and "him" [81]
Trap English Someone pretending to be a woman in order to trick others Implies that one who claims to be transgender is only doing it for sexual reasons [75][82][83]
Trans-identified male/TIM English A trans woman Implies transwomen are actually men [84][85]

Against intersex people

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Hermie English Hermaphrodite [86]
Izak Dari, Pashto Someone without a distinct sex Used in Afghanistan [87]
Hybrid English A being with mixed origins [88]
Napumsakapandaka Tamil A person born without either male or female external genitalia[b] A kind of Pandaka [90]

Intersex men

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Napumsaka Tamil A male who can not have sex due to absence of sexual organs from birth [90]

Intersex women

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs

Against cross-dressers

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Transa Swedish Cross-dressing person [91]
Transvestite English Old word for cross-dresser Often used for men. Similar words in other languages are the preferred term[c] [93]
Quean English Drag performer Originally meant "a woman of low morality" [94]

Cross-dressing men

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Pondan Malaysian Homosexual cross-dressing man [95][96]
Tranny English [69]
She-Man English [97]
Okama Japanese Cooking pot [98]
Banci Indonesian [99]
Bencong Indonesian [99]

Cross-dressing women

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Hommasse French Woman who cross-dresses, "hewoman" [100][101]
Hermaphroditi Early Modern English Masculine woman who cross-dresses Not used to refer to people with the word hermaphrodite [102]

Against androgynous people

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Berdache French "Boy prostitute" Used by anthropologists as a term for Amerindian androgynous people, primarily men [103][104]

Androgynous men

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Breck girl English [105]

Other

Term Language Meaning Notes Refs
Fence-sitter English A Questioning person [106]
Khusra Urdu A transgender woman, hijra, gay man, effeminate man, or someone who lacks male reproductive organs. "Aimed at emasculating"; used in Pakistan [107]
Kteuy Several Male bodied LGBT individual who doesn't align with social expectations May not be derogatory outside of Cambodia [108]
Breeder English Someone who reproduces biologically Used against any person in a relationship which can produce biological children [109]

Disputed or reclaimed usage

The use of the word gay as a generalized pejorative adjective (e.g.,"Giving us more homework is so gay!") is considered by some to be homophobic,[110][111] because it implies that homosexuality is wrong.[112] A 2015 YouGov survey found that 49% of 18- to 29-year-olds believe the use of the word like that to be acceptable.[113]

The term queer was used historically as a pejorative. It has been reclaimed by some LGBT people, though others still find it offensive.[114][115]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ In British English the words Faggot and Fag have other, innocuous meanings, notably a type of food and a cigarette respectively.[31][32]
  2. ^ Said to be punishment for having castrated animals in a previous life.[89]
  3. ^ Such as Transvestit in Swedish[92] and Travesti in some Spanish speaking territories, European Portuguese and in the La Francophonie (French speaking regions).

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