For the context of the encyclopedia we're using "Gay" to mean whatever combination of the letters G, L, B, T, Q, and the number 2 that are currently fashionable. Yes, that includes lesbians, in the same way that some lesbians call themselves gay.

The word was good enough for Gertrude Stein's Miss Furr and Miss Skeene: ; :They were quite regularly gay there. Helen Furr and Georgine Skeene, they were regularly gay there where they were gay. They were very regularly gay.

; :To be regularly gay was to do every day the gay thing that they did every day. To be regularly gay was to end every day at the same time after they had been regularly gay. They were regularly gay. They were gay every day. They ended every day in the same way, at the same time, and they had been every day regularly gay.

Content moved from QueerPeople, August 16, 2005 Isn't it so much easier to say Queer instead of LGBT/TV/TS/DS/K? I mean, "Queer" is pronouncible.

Queer people have QueerPolitics?, but that's a whole other topic.

Well, there's also the GLBO*, which is commonly said gilbosplat, and is broken down like this: