- In 2022, Dictionary.com and the Oxford English Dictionary added 23 words to describe the concepts of gender and sexuality.
- New gender-related words include “enby,” “nounself pronoun,” and “pangender.”
- New sex and sexuality words include “throuple,” “sixty nine,” and “simple.”
As people’s understanding of gender and sexuality changes, whether due to cultural changes or scientific findings, so do the words we use to describe them.
Language is a major factor in shaping our identity And look at yourself, and using words that people can relate to can break down taboos and allow them to be understood.
this year, dictionary.com And oxford english dictionary It added new gender and sexuality words and phrases to its pages, giving readers more options to describe who they are, what they want, and how they appear to the world.
Words that are already popular slang, such as “simp,” made the cut, as did the verb form of “sixty nine.”
Oxford English Dictionary includes ‘TERF,’ ‘stealthing’ and ‘sixty nine’
- anti gay (adjective): opposition or hostility to gay people (sometimes specifically gay men) or homosexuality
- condoms (verb): to wear a condom; condom use during intercourse, either as a contraceptive or to protect against infection
- Bisexual (adjective, noun): involving vague or amorphous sexual characteristics or activity
- NB (adjective, noun): a person who has a non-binary gender identity; non binary
- hypersexuality (verb): to make (a person or thing) pervasively, excessively, or inappropriately sexual; fill or enter into with intense sex or sexuality
- multisexual (adjective): characterized by sexual or romantic attraction to or sexual activity towards people of different sexes or gender identities
- pengender (adjective): designating a non-binary person whose gender identity includes multiple genders, which may be experienced simultaneously or in a fluid manner
- sixty nine (verb): to engage with a partner in simultaneous mutual oral stimulation of the genitals for sexual pleasure; to attend a sixty-nine”
- stealth [संज्ञा]The act or practice of removing your condom during sex (or sometimes intentionally damaging it before sex) without either partner’s knowledge and consent.
- TERF (noun): transgender-exclusionist radical feminist; Usually a derogatory term for a feminist whose advocacy of women’s rights excludes (or is thought to exclude) the rights of transgender women
Dictionary.com adds ‘simple’, ‘aromatic’ and ‘thropal’
- Romantic (adjective): of or relating to someone who experiences little or no romantic attraction to other people
- bachelors party (noun): an inclusive pre-wedding party, often the night before the wedding or the days before the wedding, and a night of drinking leading up to the destination vacation (used in contrast to bachelor party and bachelorette party, and the intended wedding to welcome participants and guests of any gender)
- Bisexual (adjective): denoting or relating to someone who is sexually attracted only to people with whom they already have an emotional bond
- center woman (adjective): of or relating to a person, especially an LGBTQ+ person, who is more feminine than masculine on a spectrum of gender expression
- hegemonic masculinity (noun): a socially constructed masculine ideal, defined primarily as the opposite or opposite of femininity, and held as the most coveted form of masculinity in a heterosexuality.
- heterosexuality (noun): a hierarchical society or culture dominated by heterosexual males with specific prejudices unfavorable to homosexual people and women in general
- man of the center (adjective): of or relating to a person, especially an LGBTQ+ person, who is more masculine than feminine on the spectrum of gender expression
- new pronoun (noun): a type of gender-neutral pronoun, coined after 1800, and used exclusively by non-binary and genderqueer people, as in the English ze/hir/hirs,e/em/eirs, or Occurs in xe/xem/xyrs.
- noun pronoun (noun): a type of invented gender-neutral pronoun, used by some non-binary and genderqueer people in place of gendered pronouns, such as he/himself or she/himself to refer to a specific concept as a spiritual or To express personal relation: The noun pronoun is derived. from a word, usually a noun, that is associated with that concept, such as the use of star/starself by those who feel a connection to celestial objects or bun/bunself derived from bunny by those who feel a connection to the rabbit
- innocent man (noun, verb): a person, especially a male, who is overly attentive or submissive to an object of sexual attraction; being overly attentive or submissive, especially to an object of sexual attraction
- sologami (noun): the practice or state of marrying oneself
- thrupal (noun): three people who are engaged or married to each other, or involved as romantic partners
- not labeled (adjective): of or relating to someone who does not name their gender or sexuality