No matter where you go, gay lingo will always be colorful, witty, unabashed, and quite delightful. French gay slang is no different. A word of caution though, this article is not for everyone as it contains some sexual terminology that may be offensive to some. So, if you are sensitive to this sort of thing, please stop now. If not, then check out the list of slang words grouped into two: gay guy lingo, and lesbian slang. French gay slang, like its counterparts in English and other languages can be pretty funny but also offensive.
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Homosexuality Brotherhoods of Warriors "The community of their lives had brought about profound friendship among these men. The camp, for most, took the place of their country; living without a family they transferred the needful tenderness to a companion, and they would fall asleep in the starlight side by side under the same cloak. And then in their perpetual wanderings through all sorts of countries, murders, and adventures, they contracted affections, one for the other, in which the stronger protected the younger in the midst of battles, helped him to cross precipices, sponged the sweat of fevers from his brow, and stole food for him, and the weaker, a child perhaps, who had been picked up on the roadside, and had then become a Mercenary, repaid this devotion by a thousand kindnesses. Though Flaubert pictures here the relations of the warriors during the great Mercenary War in Carthage BC after the First Punic War, he was obviously more influenced by Greek sources, and contemporary events in the French military. Nevertheless I'm convinced that such relations between warriors were never better described than in this fictional novel.