Gay Dictionary Russian
How to say gay in Russian
Below are the words of our Russian 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.
Russian is a language of the Indo-European family, spoken by 278 million people in 17 countries and is official in 11 countries and territories.
As in the rest of the world, in the past homosexual behavior in Russia was frequent and accepted, in fact the first law that prohibited something related was that of Peter the Great, in 1716, to prohibit exclusively anal intercourse in the army. At present Russia leads the group of pedophile countries, in which homosexual men are intentionally associated with pedophilia - nothing further from reality - and the protection of children is used to commit the greatest atrocities. Murders, assaults and harassment are common in Russia, and the battle against diversity by its political class culminated in 2013 with the ban on homosexual propaganda, which has curtailed activism and increased violence against the LGBT community.
Goluboi (Голубой) is the name that in Russia receives the light blue color and is slang for faggot although it can also be a term used with neutral meaning. The origin of this expression can be related to the colors assigned to the sexes, the young boys are dressed in blue and the girls in pink color, and it seems that gays are called blue because they like people of the same color. On the other hand some say that the origin of this expression comes from the homosexual customs of the nobility at the time of the czars that are blue-blood people. Check our Gay Slang Collection post to read more about this word.
Read more: Goluboi. Gay dictionary (Russia).+
Gomik (Гомик) is a derogatory expression that derives from the word homosexual.+
Gomosek (Гомосек) is a derogatory expression derived from the word homosexual.+
The translation into the English language of Muzhelozhets (Мужеложец) is a sodomite and is an expression of the Russian legal field currently in disuse.+
The word Pederast (Педераст) translated into the Spanish language is pederast and it is a derogatory expression used generically against homosexual men when in reality, most pedophiles are heterosexual men who commit sexual assaults with girls in their proximity.+
Pedik (Педик) is a derogatory expression derived from the word pederast.+
The literal translation of the Russian word Petuh is rooster and is slang for passive homosexual. This expression has its origin in prisons and in the army and is used to name men used or abused as if they were women. The slang comes from the phonetic association with the Russian word “pederast”, as it happens with pederast countries. Check our article for the Gay Slang Collection to read more information about this word.
Read more: Petuh. Gay Dictionary (Russia).