Gay Dictionary Belarusian
How to say gay in Belarusian
Below are the words of our Belarusian Gay Dictionary that we will expand in new editions. If you know any more, please, contact us. But first some information about the language and where it is spoken.
The Belarusian or White Russian is the official language of Belarus and Poland area. It is one of the three East Slavic languages, belonging to the Indo-European family. The name comes from the derivation of the Russian word "byelorussia" to which was referred to the area, ie White Russia. Spoken by eight million people despite official support is losing speakers in favor of the Russian language that shares our Belarusian Gay Dictionary terms.
To be a country of Soviet influence, the situation of LGBT people is better than in other neighboring countries despite social rejection. With the independence of the Soviet Union, in 1994, all consensual sexual practices between adults were legalized and subsequently the sex change in documentation. There is an association and a publication to community support, and since 1999 Gay Pride has been celebrated, not without difficulties on the part of the authorities. In 2017, the first support center for the LGBT community was opened in Minsk, the capital.
Hamasek (Гамасек) is the short form of the word hamaseksualist (гамасэксуаліст), whose literal translation could be homosexualist, this is, homosexual.+
The word Pidar (Підар) is another variation of the word piederast (педэраст) which translation into the English language is pederast.
See: Pidaras (Підарас).+
The word Pidaras (Підарас) derives from piederast (педэраст) which translation into the English language is pederast, and it is a derogatory expression quite common in the nations that we call pederasts countries, which are those that with their most frequent insults try to relate male homosexuality with pedophilia. It should be borne in mind that statistics show that most pedophiles are heterosexual men who assault girls in their proximity, however, it is very easy to justify homophobia behind a false pretense of protecting children.