Gay Lingo

  • The Effect of Gay-Lingo in English Context

    in the Philippines”, Lasallian Institute for Development and Educational Research, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines. Garcia (1999) “Strategies for presenting, practicing, and reviewing guided conversation lessons” Pearson Education, Inc. Gay (1999) Approaches to teaching diversity One Oxford Street: Harvard Press. Gilbert (1995) Policies and strategies for secondary education. Grolier Encyclopedia (1998). Danburry, Connecticut: Grolier Incorporated. Good (2001) The craft of teaching

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  • Gay Marriage

    Since President Obama recently made a public statement announcing he supports gay marriage, it may not too far away for Legalising gay marriage. What positive effects can it bring to our society? First of all, the impact on gay marriage and their families has been positive and profound. A range of studies have shown that marriage leads to improved mental and physical health, findings cited the American Psychological Association when it endorsed marriage equality in August last year. We

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  • Gay Marriage

    Gay Marriage Issue Gay marriage is one of the leading political topics in the United States today. The problem is whether or not people should support gay marriage. First of all, marriage is the agreement between two people to stay together, being soul mates and commitment to have responsibility to each other. For this reason, it is difficult to identify if homosexual marriage is legal or illegal. It is confused because the marrying of two people of same sex is going against the tradition.

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  • Gay Adoption

    Gay adoption A multiracial family is made by David and ralph gay couple with three adopted children. For four years we were struggling with the systems in Los Angeles County and in Santa Barbara County. From now, if people ask me ask about gay adoption, I will absolutely say “yes” and strongly support gay adoption. Between 1 million to 6 million children in the U.S. are being raised by committed lesbian or gay couples. In those children, research show has not found a single study showing that

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  • Gays

    Victor Zanowicz 11/7/12 Freedom Gay marriage should be legalized because it is our right to freedom and freedom of choice. Our civil rights and the Constitution give us many liberties. One of our civil liberties is the pursuit of happiness, which homosexual people are not allowed to chase. They cannot be married to the person they love and it violates their freedoms. In Alaska, Nevada, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Nebraska, Missouri, Michigan, North Dakota, Ohio, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Kansas

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  • Masusing Pag-Aaral Sa Pagyabong Ng Gay Lingo

    Masusing Pag-aaral sa Pagyabong ng Gay Lingo Barrameda, Philipp Enrico N.*, Ajero, Clarice Lyza A., Belulia, Lyra Faye B., Bernardo, Maria Jessanina R., Dayag, Daphnie Dianne D., Diaz, Atheena Noelle D., Esplana, Mary Yukilei D., Mondejar, Princess Lien H. , mula sa klase I-6 ng Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas - Kolehiyo ng Narsing Ika-2 Semester, TA: 2009-2010 Sa Patnubay ni Gng. Zendel M. Taruc, M. Ed. LanGAYge: Isang LAYUNIN AT KAHALAGAHAN Ang pag-aaral na ito ay may layuning maglahad ng mga

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  • The “Amazing Warriors”in the University of the East – Caloocam Campus and Their Use of Gay Lingo

    their use of gay lingo BY: DADOR, DIANE DE GUZMAN, PAULA DIANZON, RAFAEL EVANGELISTA, SHEENA ORBE, LOVELY PABLO, RUSHMON KYLE RAMOS, KRIZZIA ANNE PROF. PATRICIO LAZARO 2013 CHAPTER I Introduction The term Gay has been used loosely to include homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals, cross dressers, and effeminate men. Filipino gays are mostly stereotyped as effeminate, cross dressers, hair dressers, camp and ridiculed. Bakla or bading, are derogatory Filipino word gay, is commonly

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  • The Gay Language

    The Filipino Gayspeak (Filipino Gay Lingo) REINERIO A. ALBA Have you experienced being near two gays who were talking in quite a different language altogether? And were you not surprised that you could understand some of the words they were saying? Yes. It is gayspeak, that wonderful lingo, argot, or jargon, which Filipino gays in general seamlessly switch into when they are gathered together or most immediately when they are around other people in order perhaps to “cloak” their intimate conversations

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  • Gay Adoption

    1. Homosexuals are not depraved individuals; being gay is not a mental disorder. As such, they are considered fully functioning members of society. They go to school, go to work, pay taxes, etc. There are no distinct qualifications for becoming a parent; however, most would suggest that a good parent possess the following characteristics: Responsible; Capable; Loving; Trustworthy; etc -- none of which are exclusive to heterosexuals. So, if we can accept that homosexuals are for all intensive purposes

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  • Gay Lingo Questionnaire

    uses gay lingo? ___ Yes ___ No ___ No comment 2. Where did you learned/hear this lingo? ___ Friend ___ Third Sex ___ Online Surfing ___ Member of the family ___ No comment 3. The reason you are using this lingo? ___ It’s interesting ___ Faster Communication ___ because it is popular ___ No Comment 4. Are you using gay lingo when you are arguing or fighting with someone? ___ Always ___ Sometimes ___ Never ___ No Comment 5. Where do you usually speak gay lingo

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  • Gay Lingo Analysis

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in the Philippines have a distinctive culture but limited legal rights. Gays and lesbians are generally tolerated, if not accepted, within Filipino society, but there is still widespread discrimination. The most visible members of the Filipino LGBT culture, the Bakla, are a distinct group in the Philippines. According to the 2002 Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Survey, 11% of sexually active Filipinos between the ages of 15 and 24 have had

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  • Gay Marriages

    Gay Marriages Priscilla Reyes Sociology 120: Introduction to Ethics & Sociology Kathleen Miller March 10, 2013 Gay marriages, I don’t believe in gay marriages only in marriages between a man and woman. I know that a lot of gays or lesbians are trying to get the Supreme Court to approve same sex marriage. In California, the Supreme Court is trying to get same sex marriages ban nationwide. The gay and lesbian are using the law to have the same sex marriages pass and there have been about

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  • Gay Marriage

    Gay Marriage debate Recently, gay marriage has become an issue of great concern all over the world. The question whether this marriage should be legalized has continued to raise heated-up debates in all social, religious and political arenas. The matter was has come into fresh discussion after the president of The United states of America passed a motion that allows gay marriage in the country. The following is an analysis of a debate that was held to discuss whether gay marriage should be legalized

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  • Gay Marraige

    'That the Australian Government legalise gay marriage in all states of Australia.' Which couple do you think is happier? Which couple do you think has the right to the security of marriage? Today I want to explain the very prevalent issue of gay marriage and what it means to gay couples, couples like the one in the photo. So what is gay marriage? What is the issue that people have been so strongly for and against? In Australian it is the federal legislation of same sex marriage. Through the

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  • Attitudes of Students Towards Gay Lingo Part 1

    UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TOWARDS GAY LINGO Sa panahon natin ngayon, tayo ay nabubuhay sa isang mundong sumusunod sa nakararami o sa uso. Sa pananamit, sa Buhok, sa Teknolohiya, sa Pagkaen, at marami pang iba. Ngunit isa sa pinaka tanyag at uso kung maituturing ay ang “Gay Lingo”, “Gay Language” o salitang bakla. Tulad ng karaniwang wika o linguahe, ito ay ginagamitan ng maraming paraan para mabuo, mapagyaman, at magamit sa ibat ibang paraan. Maraming nag sasabi na ginagamit ang “Gay Lingo” kapag nagtitipon ang

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  • Gay Lingo

    REFLECTION (THE BRIDGEMASTER AND HIS SON) “Dahil sa pagmamahal ng ama sa mundo, nagawa niyang ibigay ang sarili niyang anak…………..” John 3:16. Itong bersikulo na ito sa bibliya ang unang-unang sumagi sa isip ko nang mapanood ko ang maikling serye na iyon. Sadyang napakahirap pala talagang pumili lalo na kung malagay ka sa sitwasyong ang mahal mo sa buhay ang maaaring maagrabyado. Kung ikaw ang tatanungin, papayag ka bang isakripisyo ang taongb mahal na mahal mo para lamang sa kaligtasan ng

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  • Using Gay Lingo

    Society- the aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community: The aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community. The community of people living in a particular region and having shared customs, laws, and organizations Language-A human system of communication that uses arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured

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  • Gay Rights

    Shepherd cut into their wedding cake at city hall in Cambridge after becoming the first same-sex couple in the U.S. Gay marriage has a short but heated history in the U.S. It first came to national attention in a 1993 Hawaii case, in which judges found that the state's constitution required a compelling reason not to extend to gay’s equal marriage rights. (Time Magazine: A Brief History of: Gay Marriage, Alex Altman Thursday, May 22, 2008). The ruling prompted Congress to push through the 1996 Defense of

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  • Gay Marriage

    2013 Gay Marriage Gay marriage has slowly become a significant factor amongst individuals of today's society. Similarly, this leads to the discussion of homosexuals having the right to marry in society. Ultimately, conflict from the opposing position of ‘against’ gay marriage may arise that gay marriage can destroy the concept of marriage and mock the importance of procreation as presented in Charles Colson's "Gay Marriage: Societal Suicide". In Katha Pollitt's "What's Wrong with Gay Marriage

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  • Effects of Gay Language

    Have you experienced being near two gays who were talking in quite a different language altogether? And were you not surprised that you could understand some of the words they were saying? Yes. It is gayspeak, that wonderful lingo, argot, or jargon, which Filipino gays in general seamlessly switch into when they are gathered together or most immediately when they are around other people in order perhaps to “cloak” their intimate conversations, the better to protect the “virgin” ears of those around

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  • Gay Lingo

    Gay Lingo Introduction Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in the Philippines have a distinctive culture but limited legal rights. Gays and lesbians are generally tolerated, if not accepted, within Filipino society, but there is still widespread discrimination. The most visible members of the Filipino LGBT culture, the Bakla, are a distinct group in the Philippines. According to the 2002 Young Adult fertility and Sexuality Survey, 11% of sexually

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  • Why Do Students Speak Gay Lingo?

    Why do students speak Gay lingo? For Heterosexual students The aim of the speakers is to be au courant. Heterosexual students want to show that they are well-informed in this genre of speaking. They want to let people know that they also have the capacity to speak gay lingo eventhough they are not inside the world of the homosexual where it is spoken. Also, their intention is to be modern. Since social media has made swardspeak popular, students are exposed to it and thus influencing them to use

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  • Gay Language Study

      Gay A: “Hoy Bakla, me Anda ka ba today?”   Gay B: “Naku, Washington Sycip, Purita ang lolah mo ngayon.”   Gay A: “Rampa sana aketch. Go Bingo ka mare?”   Gay B: “Ay, Wishing!, Pagoda Cold Wave Lotion aketch!”   Everyone who understood what these gays are saying, raise your hands!   It is true. Gay lingo has really gone a long way since the start of the 21 st century. Thepropagation of this language and form of communication is unstoppable. A once not- so- secretlanguage used solely

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  • The Effects of Gay Lingo on Memory Retrieval of Selected Adolescents

    Effects of “Gay Lingo” on Memory Retrieval of Selected Adolescents Introduction: “Bekimon” is one of a manifestation of a culture, since “Bekimon” is a language used by locals. The younger generation adapts it thru their ate’s and kuya’s who speak “Bekimon” or say some “Bekimon” terms. The Gay Lingo is a language dedicated for the homosexual people to have their own language and to develop their culture to become one of the respected ones and it was not just made for fun. Gay Lingo is a spectrum

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  • Gay Morphology

    Filipino Language spoken by the youth today lingo in Angono, Binangonan, Taytay and Cainta. Related Literature     The number of homosexuals in the Philippines continuous to grow and they are in the mainstream of about almost everything. Gays are creative and talented. Even the language that they are using cannot be simply overlooked at. Using their creativity and wit, they were able to make the language much more colorful and meaningful. Now a days, gay lingo is no longer exclusive to homosexuals but

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  • Gay Marriage

    Gay marriage will strengthen family values by allowing millions of gay people the opportunity to reinforce their bonds in the same way that heterosexuals do. Same sex couples that get married are more likely to buy homes, which strengthens the economy. Same sex couples that buy homes are more likely to stay in them longer than people who rent. They're more likely to spend money on improvements. They would also be more likely to adopt one or more of the huge number of unwanted children brought into

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  • Gay Lingo

    Different Types of Advertising Here is an article that talks about the different types of advertising. Read on... Advertising is the promotion of a company’s products and services carried out primarily to drive sales of the products and services but also to build a brand identity and communicate changes or new product /services to the customers. Advertising has become an essential element of the corporate world and hence the companies allot a considerable amount of revenues as their advertising

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  • Effects of Gay Lingo in English Contexr

    Foreign Language Anxiety in in-Class Speaking Activities Two Learning Contexts in Comparison Alessia Occhipinti Written by - Hilde Hasselgård A Thesis Presented to The Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages The University of Oslo in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements Autumn Term 2009 Supervised by 1 Acknowledgments Writing this thesis has been a pleasurable process. I am grateful to my supervisor Hilde Hasselgård for her good advice and continuous support

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  • Gay Lingo

    Bekimon: A fresh take on Pinoy gay lingo [pic]By Karen Flores, abs-cbnNEWS.com MANILA, Philippines - Fair-skinned and well-groomed Bern Josep Persia may be the new face of the gay-speaking community, being the self-proclaimed bekimonpresident in the country. A photographer and a tech support representative, Persia plays different roles (from a call center agent to a newscaster) in a series of videos aboutbekimons, defined as people who are "hard-core users" of gay language -- whether they are homosexuals

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  • Morphological Processes of the Gay Language: a Case Study

    Michael O. Paz Topic: Morphological Analysis of the Gay Lingo: A Case Study CHAPTER ONE Introduction Philippines, being one of the most friendly countries towards homosexuality according to a survey “The Global Divide on Homosexuality” conducted by the US-based Pew Research Center last 2013. Being a country that widely accepts homosexuality, a lot of straight men and women that are homosexuals are loud and out. Although the LGBT (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders) are now accepted by

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  • Gay Lingo

    GROUP 9 Cortes, Bianca Isabel Cruz, Ellesse Lyra Mabilangan, Czarina Fraulien Mercado, Jhelo Swardspeak/Gay lingo ang napili naming paksa dahil sa kapansin-pansin na impluwensya ng mga bakla/bading sa lipunan natin. Isa na dito ay ang paraan ng pagsasalita natin. Madami sa mga tao ngayon ang nagsasalita ng swardspeak dahil narin sa kasanayan sa pakikinig at pagbigkas nito. Kaya naisip ng aming grupo na maghanap ng isang tao na direktang nakakaimpluwensya sa mga tao sa pagsasalita ng swardspeak.

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  • Effects of Gay Lingo

    different purposes. One of these sub-languages is 'Gay lingo', the language being spoken by male homosexuals. However, some heterosexuals now use it for their everyday conversation. In view of this, the researchers were led to do a study on the problem, Why is there a usage of gay lingo among heterosexual students in University of the Philippines College of Arts and Letters (UPCAL)? The thesis aimed to identify the reasons behind the usage of Gay lingo, the source/s through which the participants were

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  • The Effect of Gay-Lingo in English Context

    Topic: Plagiarism Title: Student Plagiarism and the use of a Plagiarism Detection Tool by Community College Faculty Rationale This study sought to better inform community college administrators and faculty regarding possible factors that contribute to higher levels of student plagiarism and to suggest appropriate preventative or responsive interventions. The specific purpose of the study was to investigate a set of faculty related factors that may be associated with particular levels of suggestive

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  • Gay Linggo

    WHAT IS GAY LINGO or Swardspeak (also known as "Bekimon" and "gay lingo") is an argot or cant slang derived from Taglish (Tagalog-English code-switching) and used by a number of homosexuals in the Philippines Sward speak uses elements from Tagalog, English, Spanish, and some from Japanese, as well as celebrities' names and trademark brands, giving them new meanings in different contexts. It is largely localized within gay communities, making use of words derived from the local languages or dialects

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  • Gay Adoption

    http://www.123helpme.com/search.asp?text=gay http://www.123helpme.com/view.asp?id=32566 http://www.york.cuny.edu/academics/writing-program/the-york-scholar-1/volume-5-fall-2008/how-are-lesbian-gay-bisexual-and-transgender-lgbt-youths-affected-by-discrimination-and http://www.enotes.com/research-starters/gay-rights-movement http://www.ultius.com/ultius-blog/entry/sample-research-paper-on-gay-marriage.html http://emptyclosets.com/forum/chit-chat/54513-paper-ideas.html http://lgbtresearchcommunity

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  • Gay Lingo

    patriarchal orientations. The new, vibrant, potent weapon of marginalized gays is language- creatively crafted like a magic spell that colors their tongue and weaves their protection. It is a language that only homosexuals can understand. “Gayspeak” or gay language in the Philippines is a form of verbal sublimation of gay people against domineering power of patriarchy. Yet the positive response of the people outside the gay community to gayspeak has ironically rewarded the homosexuals, giving them

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  • Gay Lingo

    How Gay Language Influences the Media Murad, Aisha L. AB Communication Studies major in Journalism December 2015 I. Introduction Language is not static; it moves and progresses as our society takes a step forward for improvement. In this sense, many sub-languages are being formed and created for different purposes. One of these sub-languages is 'Gay lingo', the language being spoken by male homosexuals. However, some heterosexuals now use it for their everyday conversation. In view

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  • Gay Language

    Gay language Have you experienced being near two gays who were talking in quite a different language altogether? And were you not surprised that you could understand some of the words they were saying? Yes. It is gayspeak, that wonderful lingo, argot, or jargon, which Filipino gays in general seamlessly switch into when they are gathered together or most immediately when they are around other people in order perhaps to “cloak” their intimate conversations, the better to protect the “virgin” ears

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  • Gay Talk

    Gay language Have you experienced being near two gays who were talking in quite a different language altogether? And were you not surprised that you could understand some of the words they were saying? Yes. It is gayspeak, that wonderful lingo, argot, or jargon, which Filipino gays in general seamlessly switch into when they are gathered together or most immediately when they are around other people in order perhaps to “cloak” their intimate conversations, the better to protect the “virgin” ears

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  • Neologisms and Morphological Analysis of Gay Language

    NEOLOGISMS AND MORHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF GAY LANGUAGE OF STUDENTS IN SURIGAO DEL SUR STATE UNIVERSITY S.Y. 2015-2016 A Concept Paper Presented to Maria Lady Sol A. Suazo, Ph.D, Instructor Surigao Del Sur State University Tandag City In partial fulfillment Of the requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English JOSIE ALNGOG NICOLE HOPE ARIO CRISLER ATIBULA RUBELLE HOPE BANTAYAN JANUARY 2016 INTRODUCTION The language of gays known as gayspeak has now earned

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  • Gay Language

    projected biased against the gays. Biases are often manifested even within the family in which the father, more specifically, would even disown a child who is a gay. And in this patriarchy world we live in, no wonder the gay language immerge as a shield, Gay speak or gay language in the Philippines is a form of verbal sublimation of gay people against the domineering power of patriarchy (Casabal,2008). It made evident then that during the times of our forefather, gays considered a cause of shame

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  • Gay Lingo

    Kritika Ku ltu ra NEW SCHOLARS FORUM Gay Language: Defying the Structural Limits of English Language in the Philippines Norberto V. Casabal Lyceum of Subic Bay, Philippines nvcasabal@yahoo.com Abstract Gay language has achieved a higher degree of acceptance in recent years in the Philippines. Both gays and nongays can be heard uttering gay expressions. But the main role of gayspeak for gay people in the Philippines is to function as an “armor” to shield themselves from the chasm and the social

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  • Gay Language

    Gay Language in Cape Town: A study of Gayle – attitudes, history and usage AXL 5301W - Minor Dissertation by Kathryn Luyt, BA (Hons) Cape Town Student number: LYTKAT001 Minor Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION LINGUISTICS SPECIALISATION in the Department of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics Faculty of Humanities UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN February 2014 Supervisor: Professor

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  • Gay-Lingo

    According to Harmer (1991: 46-47) states that when the two people are engaged in talking to each other we can be sure that they in general way to suggest that a speaker makes a define decision to address someone. Speaking may be forced on him in the way but we still say that he wants or intends to speak, otherwise he would keep silent. According to Maybin (1992: 56) says that communication is an exchange between people, knowledge, information, ideas, options, feeling so there must be concept, ideas

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  • Epekto Ng Gay Lingo

    pagkakaroon sa lipunan ng mga bakla o gay Variety kadalasan pa ay mix-mix o Taglish Variety ang ginagamit. Inilahad ni Phillips (1990) sa wikang Ingles na ang homosexual sa Amerika aymahilig gumamit ng mga swards lingo na kung saan kalimitan ay para lamang sa kanilang pangkat na mamamayan. 12 Ipinahayag ni Conteras (1994) sa kanyang nilimbag na lathalain na ipinalabas sa Readers Digest Vol.10, No.5 ang katangian ng isang gay o bakla. Sa pamamagitan nito, karagdagang

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  • Gay, to Be or Not to Be

    Gay: to be or not to be…. “That’s so gay” is often heard these days among the younger generation and they aren’t saying something is happy or bright looking. The saying is more negative and is intended as disapproval. The word gay came to mind right away when choosing my definition word. I see and hear many people use this word in various ways. When I think of the word gay two definitions come to mind, one being a homosexual and the other being joyful, however there are other ways to describe

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  • Gay Marriage

    In the United States, there is a lot of controversy over the issue of gay marriage. There are constant discrepancies between adamant believers in gay marriage and the political leaders of our country. The government’s refusal of the right of the marriage of homosexuals should not be tolerated. A large portion of people in America at the moment are utterly and completely against gay marriage, however there are also those who possess a more liberal view on the situation and  feel

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  • Gay Language

    Abstract Gay language which is sometimes called as “gay lingo” has achieved a high degree of acceptance in these recent years in the Philippines. Both gays and non-gays can be heard uttering gay expressions. It’s also spreading widely in our country. The propagation of this language and form of communication is unstoppable. But the question is “What is the main reason for using this kind of language?” This study will try to know about the origin, variables, theories and the effect of this gay lingo

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  • Gay Marriage

    Gay Marriage: What’s the Problem??? “Homosexuality is not normal and should not be established as an acceptable ‘alternative’ lifestyle,’” Blount wrote. “A day is fast approaching when North Carolina will have to deal with the issue of same sex marriage.” This phrase is written across dozens of newspapers, journals, and websites. All you have to do is simply go to yahoo, type in gay marriage in North Carolina and thousands of results come up. Now you may think at first that most of these

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  • Gay Gene

    THE GAY GENE The good ol’ nature vs. nurture debate; it’s been around for ages. Scientists still to this day are trying to figure out whether it’s our genetics or the environment we are surrounded by that determines the characteristics of us human beings. I think its safe to say that society accepts the fact that our genes establish biological factors such as our height, blood type eye color etc. What about our social behavior? Genes explain anatomy of a human being but they don’t explain why

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