Gay Dictionary Slovak
How to say gay in Slovak
Below are the words of our Slovak 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.
Slovak is a West Slavic language belonging to the Indo-European family, spoken mainly in Slovakia, the United States and the Czech Republic by about 6 million people. We emphasize on our this Gay Dictionary the unique reference to a rate and the reference to temperature, explained in the German Gay Dictionary.
Homosexuality is legal since 1962 because it was legal in the former Czechoslovakia, however, as it is a much more conservative society than that of the neighboring Czech Republic, it has constitutionally prohibited same-sex marriage. Although they have anti-discrimination legislation, several parliamentary initiatives have not crystallized in the legalization of civil unions.
Surveys indicate that Slovak society is progressively accepting sexual diversity, having activism, LGBT economic and cultural activity in the big cities and in Bratislava, the capital, where gay pride has been celebrated since 2010. On that first occasion, the participants in the parade were attacked with eggs stones anti-gay right-wing groups.
Bugger. The word derives from Bulgarian. The origin of the term dates back to the ninth century, when Orthodox Catholics wanted to evangelize Bulgarian territory, where there was a very strong current animist. To combat this they spread the idea that in the area of Bulgaria was a sect that practiced sodomy. Derogatory intention.+