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2121 words - 9 pages

LANGUANGE: “What are the effects of Gay Language in Filipino Language?”


Submitted by
Jesslyn Bautista
Rianna Espaldon
Dailen Pasco
Erika Santos

Of
2 BSTM-B

Submitted to
Ms. Jaja Tizon

A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment
of requirements for the Bachelor in Science of Tourism Management
in Colegio de San Lorenzo

Cultural Anthropology
Dec. 15, 2014
ABSTRACT:

This thesis is tackles about the study of Sward speaks or Gay Language is consumption by second year students of TSM-B in Colegio de San Lorenzo who is currently taking up the subject Cultural Anthropology. A study to understand more of the slangs and terms that made by gays. This study differs to ...view middle of the document...

Language involves new words. New words that are created and others disappear. The words or phrases currently used by gays. Gay speak is the most unstoppable and malleable of all languages. Therefore, gay lingo is deemed important for posterity reasons. They maybe use as reference or as aids in understanding the meaning of future literature material written today. The use of gay lingo was first used to avoid having other people hear what you are talking about, especially when it comes to sex. This also means of having defying to their own. Gay speak involve really fast, with obsolete words and phrases being rewritten and replaced especially when non-gays learn what it means.

Having a diversity of words in both Tagalog and English language you can now create a gay lingo word. Some gay lingo derives from celebrities, dialects, trademark brands, Spanish and Japanese terms which give a lot new meaning. Normally non-gay could not easily understand the gay lingo list of words, due to it is just for homo-sexual. It was born when the homo-sexual tries to be respect and being recognize by non-gays. It was a form of defense mechanism, that if they are always been the different among other so they build their own language that matches to their own society. When you observe a group of gays, you’ll able to find yourself laugh about the manner of their terms, little by little you’ll end up knowing some basic gay lingo. Japanese terms like ototo (octupus) but in gay language they say ‘otoko’ that means like a fangirl octopus, and sometimes they mix it with a tagalog language. They even revised some Filipino traditional nursery rhyme entitled Bahay Kubo.

In the 70’s the gay speak is locally known as sward speak, a columnist named Jose Javier Reyes publish a book titled Sward speak: A Preliminary Study. And today we still want to know the history of this kind of language. Unconsciously or not, heterosexuals or not have preferred use this kind of language. This kind of language is the birth of humor-genre in the literature. For some reasons, most of them is comic relief kind of vibe when you read a type of story wherein some of the characters use this kind of manner of speaking. The researchers also find the sward speak is not that hard to learn. In theater plays, comedians tend to express more humor if they use sarcasm and more of gay linggos. The offensive words diverse into less offending and more of like humorous. Even artist and comedy-star Vice Ganda is famous of not only being gay, but also have a kind of uniqueness in his witty remarks.

Now today LGTB slang has become of subject of interest in linguistic anthropology, to emerge more knowledge of how an LGTB person has created. It is a creative beautiful language that others would love to study to. For a further understanding about gay speak the researchers’ tackles a set of questions. Why do gay speak is so mainstream nowadays? What are the benefits of knowing the gay lingo? Are the gay...

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