Gay Dictionary Urdu
How to say gay in Urdu
Below are the words of our Urdu 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.
Urdu is a language belonging to the Indo-European family, spoken mainly in Pakistan and India by over one hundred million people. It is an official language in Pakistan, and in India is one of the 24 official languages of the country.
In both Pakistan and India, the situation of the LGBT community is not good although in India homosexuality was legalized in 2018. Until then, in both countries, homosexual behavior was illegal even though the penal code was not usually applied. However, its legalization is the first step that has to be taken to fight against discrimination, against hate speech and gradually achieve the rights of LGBT people become a reality. The case of Pakistan is more complicated because of Islamism, while in the case of India, there is a lot of activism and LGBT pride has been celebrated in many cities for years. The first one in Deli, in 2007.
Gandu (گانڈو) is a derogatory expression to refer to homosexual men, whose literal translation into the Spanish language would be strange, weird, queer. Interestingly, the same expression is used in nearby Burma.+
Hum jins parast (ہم جنس پرست) literally means following the same sex, gay. Neutral.