It means something completely different to its traditional definition.
And some of us are fond of our "." Just ask any marriage equality opponent.
(I mean, even Her Majesty has been seen on a train since the 80s.)It strikes me that there is nothing about Elizabeth that is casual, from the way she pronounces the word ‘yes’ (variants on yup or yah), to her perfectly applied soft grey eye make-up, to the fact she lives part-time in a house that she admits has more bedrooms than she could ever possibly need.
When The Royals first aired last year there was much talk about it being based on the real Royal Family, but by the end of the first season Queen Helena’s husband King Simon has been stabbed to death, her first-born son is also dead, she has had sex with her daughter’s boyfriend and her brother-in-law has orchestrated a hit on her lover.
#Pay It Forward As we waited in the security line, Tegan and Sara walked by and immediately greeted us with lesbian handshakes.
I also somehow ended up directly behind them going through the metal detectors and assumed this was the highlight of my evening. We got inside to the cocktail hour where it was suffocatingly hot.
Side note: after quite a bit of effort, we later got the Jack Daniels into the after party and left it behind a random mirror.
Political leaders, celebrities and proponents from many disciplines are publicly lending their support in favor of equal treatment, and admirably so. These headlines, however, are illustrating a growing trend.This past Saturday, Samantha Bee hosted her much-talked-about “Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner.” The event was held at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., and was full of Trump jokes, celebrities, and odes to the free press."It has always been between a man and a woman," they'll tell you to justify their opposition.Is it ironic then that the word "gay" can illustrate how definitions can change?