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June 30th, 2013, 11:04
i was (and am still) under the impression that "queer" is a socially acceptable term.

I have had (im in california here) and in fact still currently have a gay co-worker who describe themselves as queer. Todd, another fairy i used to work with is part of GQ, which stands for "Golfing Queers" of San Diego. They appear to like the term, and actually have it branded all over their group stuff, so I dont really have a problem using it myself. Militant gays seems to use it left and right too.

I have no problem with gays, personally. I find the absolutely flamboyant, flaming gays to be pretty annoying to be around, but the majority of homos I've known have been otherwise "normal" people that you wouldnt know were gay except maybe a slight lisp here and there. One guy i knew used to wear a kilt quite a bit, at least that's what he said it was. First leather kilt I'd ever seen…
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