homosexualist

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

homosexual +‎ -ist

NounEdit

homosexualist (plural homosexualists)

  1. (rare, dated, often derogatory) Alternative form of homosexual
    • 1918, Albert Abrams, Spondylotherapy:
      Six homosexualists (males?) thus far examined yielded from anatomically perfect testes an ovarian reaction in four instances and in the other two subjects (bisexualists), an ovario-testicular reaction (ovarian by measurement predominating).
    • 1949, George Kingsley Zipf, Human Behavior and the Principle of Least Effort:
      [] roughly speaking, a homosexualist is born and not made.
    • 1983, Michael Denneny, Charles Ortleb, Thomas Steele, The Christopher Street reader (page 297)
      They have got fairly liberal laws on victimless crimes, but the Los Angeles police are still busy entrapping homosexualists because the police chief in Los Angeles is very antifag.
    • 2002, F. Earle Fox and David W. Virtue, Homosexuality: Good and Right in the Eyes of God?:
      [] and how the homosexualist cause is rooted squarely in the secular/pagan view of the cosmos.
    • 2003, Linda Alcoff, Linda Martín Alcoff and Eduardo Mendieta, Identities: Race, Class, Gender, and Nationality:
      Fundamentally, unconsciously, I believe he's a homosexualist.

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