Gay Dictionary Georgian
How to say gay in Georgian
Below is the word of our Georgian 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.
Georgian is the official language of Georgia, belonging to the Caucasian family. It is spoken by four million people in Georgia and two million in Turkey, Russia, and Azerbaijan, languages that share terms with this Gay Dictionary.
In Georgia, the situation of LGBT people is not good. They have decriminalized homosexuality (the year 2000) and passed laws against discrimination and hate speech (2014) for the sake of European integration, but socially it is considered a detestable deviation. The Orthodox Church of Georgia leads homophobic demonstrations every time that Georgian LGBT activism plans or performs a demonstration, in which furious believers attack the LGBT protesters, and the assaulted are arrested by the police (Tbilisi, 2013). The data shows a frightening outlook for the LGBT community with small flames of hope.
The translation of the expression Got’verani (გოთვერანი) could be faggot, probably with the same origin as in the case of the Turkish language, with the similar expression Götveren that means “the one who gives his ass” being Göt- ass and -vere to give.
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