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  • n. Plural form of queer.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of queer.


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  • Bark Bark Woof Woof says blaming the queers is the latest witch hunt. blogAmY is undergoing maintenance, so visit their other site. bloggg barely tolerates tourists.

    October 2006

  • Only a small percentage of the population are fags and the appeal of the effeminate Obama to queers is also obvious enough.

    Oprah Says It's Time to Say Goodbye to Chicago | Final Show September 9, 2011

  • "You despise deviates — isn't that what you call queers?

    King Rat

  • Is it okay for gays to now be referred to as queers because a few guys on TV use it? - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Some nonconformists in the '60s called themselves "freaks" in the same way that some gay people call themselves "queers" - claiming and negating the insult.


  • "of those magnificent beasts as 'queers' - Oh, God!"


  • To think, he wrote, "of those magnificent beasts as 'queers' - Oh, God!" "


  • After a jibe about "queers", he asks: how can you object to the deployment of Mark Kennedy when you famously sent your man Ian Cobain to infiltrate our fine organisation?

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Besides I AM one of those "queers" the evangelicons like to rail against.

    Our Pal Joey?

  • Instead, even though they were handed IMPD's offensive "alternative lifestyle" codeword for "queers," none of the news sources even suggested they were gay or a couple.

    Bil Browning: The Media, the Legislature and the Police Are Guilty Too


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