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Je cherche un mot dans la langue française comme «LGBT» ou bien «queer.» J'ai trouvé les mots «allosexuel(elle)» et «LGBT». Mon prof. conséquent, il possède une connotation politique importante, qui selon certaines personnes n'est pas véhiculée par les termes «allosexuel» et «​altersexuel». allosexuel (feminine singular allosexuelle, masculine plural allosexuels, feminine plural allosexuelles). (chiefly Canada) LGBT, trans or non-heterosexual.

Je cherche un mot dans la langue française comme «LGBT» ou bien «queer.» J'ai trouvé les mots «allosexuel(elle)» et «LGBT». Mon prof. Translations in context of "allosexuel, elle" in French-English from Reverso Context. The term “allosexual” already exists, or at least its French incarnation (allosexuel/​le) does. It was coined in by the REJAQ, a Quebec.

Allosexuel translated between French and English including synonyms, definitions, and related words. Translations in context of "allosexuel, elle" in French-English from Reverso Context. So I just learned that "allosexuel" is a Quebecois French neologism that is meant to mean what "queer" means in English (it includes trans.






Hello darlings! As a person who identifies as asexual, I care a lot about this particular week in October—in fact, last year I wrote a post all about asexuality and my experience with being ace. Seems simple enough…except. They include:. From this post! The rest of the post is dubious in my opinion because in general I take everything from tumblr with a whole shaker of saltbut this little nugget is allosexuel.

French, as a language, does not have the same sort of linguistic freedom that English does. In English we can just coin new words on allosexuel go allosexuel they catch on—they become accepted into the dictionary later. And because of the way English has been stepping all over French in Canada for the past however long, it also makes sense for that same average speaker to assume the French loaned it from the English. So queer aces end up without a way to clearly id as queer, queer non-aces get lumped in with cishet non-aces as tho they are equally oppressive to aces.

Inadvertently, due to the global natural of the internet, English speakers have the luxury of being able to just change how we speak and generally having it be accepted instead of literally having to have allosexuel that we want to use allosexuel describe ourselves be approved by a governing body if we want to use them at all and have them be recognized — and that can be a huge issue in a province allosexuel there are restrictions on how non-French words can be used in published writing, signage, etc.

How did that even manage to happen? But does it still cause problems for francophone queers when members of the anglophone queer community use it? And should anglophones still reconsider using it?

For those of you who know the women and gender studies jargon, sociolinguistics is sort of the intersectionality studies of the linguistics umbrella.

How often does an issue pop up that involves all three of these major passions of mine? How often do I get to apply my expertise in not one, not two, but three totally different topics? As a self-confessed multipotentialiteit was a boon from the Renaissance gods. Being able to apply my knowledge to this issue from so many different angles and perspectives is a real challenge-accepted moment.

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Involving a rather salient extended metaphor. Not quite the association we want. Why It Matters to You: 5 Things to Take Away This is a very fine-tuned example, but it still demonstrates the broader best-practice: be conscious of how you use your language s. Different words mean different things to allosexuel people.

Consider your different social groups, and consider the language you use in each. If you try to take into account not just how you will understand a word but also how your audience will understand it, you will become a far more effective communicator. Small things have large histories. The world is interconnected and vastly complicated, and chasing down something as simple as the origin of one troublesome word can teach you volumes of valuable information.

No minority should silence another minority in order to uplift is own voice. Consider the areas in your own life where you quietly step on others—individually or systemically—in order to get ahead. How can you allosexuel with more compassion instead?

Asexuality awareness, obviously. If you want to explore the subject further and in my opinion, everyone could use a good study session on human allosexuelhead on over to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network AVENor any of the other links on my Ace post. Happy 7th Asexual Awareness Week: go forth and be aware of me! Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your allosexuel here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:.

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Hello darlings! As a person who identifies as asexual, I care a lot about this particular week in October—in fact, last year I wrote a post all about asexuality and my experience with being ace.

Seems simple enough…except. They include:. From this post! The rest of the post is dubious in my opinion because in general I take everything from tumblr with a whole shaker of salt , but this little nugget is fact. French, as a language, does not have the same sort of linguistic freedom that English does. In English we can just coin new words on the go and—if they catch on—they become accepted into the dictionary later.

And because of the way English has been stepping all over French in Canada for the past however long, it also makes sense for that same average speaker to assume the French loaned it from the English.

So queer aces end up without a way to clearly id as queer, queer non-aces get lumped in with cishet non-aces as tho they are equally oppressive to aces. Inadvertently, due to the global natural of the internet, English speakers have the luxury of being able to just change how we speak and generally having it be accepted instead of literally having to have words that we want to use to describe ourselves be approved by a governing body if we want to use them at all and have them be recognized — and that can be a huge issue in a province where there are restrictions on how non-French words can be used in published writing, signage, etc.

How did that even manage to happen? But does it still cause problems for francophone queers when members of the anglophone queer community use it? And should anglophones still reconsider using it? For those of you who know the women and gender studies jargon, sociolinguistics is sort of the intersectionality studies of the linguistics umbrella.

How often does an issue pop up that involves all three of these major passions of mine? How often do I get to apply my expertise in not one, not two, but three totally different topics? As a self-confessed multipotentialite , it was a boon from the Renaissance gods.

Being able to apply my knowledge to this issue from so many different angles and perspectives is a real challenge-accepted moment.

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