User:Ligata

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Babel user information
en-N This user has a native understanding of English.
eo-3 Ĉi tiu uzanto povas komuniki per alta aŭ flua nivelo de Esperanto.
ia-2 Iste usator ha cognoscentias medie de interlingua.
es-1 Esta usuaria tiene un conocimiento básico del español.
io-1 Ca uzero havas bazala savo pri Ido.
la-1 Hic usor simplici latinitate contribuere potest.
ar-0 هذه المستخدمة ليس لديها معرفة بالعربية (أو تفهمها بصعوبة بالغة).
de-0 Diese Benutzerin beherrscht Deutsch nicht (oder versteht es nur mit beträchtlichen Schwierigkeiten).
fa-0 این کاربر فارسی را نمی‌فهمد (یا به‌سختی می‌فهمد).
fr-0 Cette utilisatrice n’a aucune connaissance en français (ou le comprend avec de grandes difficultés).
he-0 משתמשת זו אינה מבינה עברית (או מבינה אותה בקשיים ניכרים).
sw-0 Mtumiaji huyu hajui Kiswahili (au anaelewa kidogo sana).
tr-0 Bu kullanıcı hiç Türkçe bilmiyor (ya da bir hayli zor anlıyor).
yi-0 דער באניצער האט נישט קיין ידיעה אין יידיש (אדער פארשטייט די שפראך מיט גרויסער שוועריקייט).
Users by language

I self-identify as queer as do a large number of people nowadays; this is why it is one of the five letters in LGBTQ nowadays. It is not a personal attack against any user on this wiki. I'm having to spell this out because previously I was being treated as though I was some random cishet person here to post slurs.

Please note that queer people, as well as most BT people regardless of whether they self-identify as queer, find the term "the gay community" offensive if it is being used to refer to the "LGBT community" as a whole. Many even find the term "LGBT" to be mildly offensive because they associate it with homonormativity and the respectability politics of the mainstream NGO-led LGBT movement. Terminology is a very nuanced and complicated thing, which is exactly why Q was added to the acronym LGBT: not because Q wasn't already (mostly) reflected in the acronym, but because it represents a fundamentally different perspective. Because of this, what is offensive to one person may be a point of pride for the other, and vice versa.