Nick Bentons Gay Science Part 73 Why They Started Calling Us Homosexuals
The term, "homosexual," was first coined in 1869, in Germany. Attentive readers have recognized that some time back, I switched from using the term, "homosexual," and went with "gay." That was intentional, using the former term at first to make it clear, in today's parlance, who I was talking about, and then to lay the basis for a sharp critique of it. Read more...
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