Homosaurus v. 3.2 Updates

Released June 2022

List of new terms added:

  1. Aboriginal Australian bisexual people
  2. Aboriginal Australian gay men
  3. Aboriginal Australian intersex people
  4. Aboriginal Australian lesbians
  5. Aboriginal Australian queer people
  6. Aboriginal Australian transgender people
  7. Agender identity
  8. Alloromantic people
  9. Allosexual people
  10. Anti-intersex discrimination
  11. Anti-Two-Spirit discrimination
  12. Arab asexual people
  13. Arab bisexual people
  14. Arab intersex people
  15. Arab lesbians
  16. Arab LGBTQ+ people
  17. Arab gay men
  18. Arab queer people
  19. Arab transgender people
  20. Asexual people in the workplace
  21. Asexual survivors of bullying
  22. Asexual victims of bullying
  23. Assamese LGBTQ+ people
  24. BIPOC
  25. Biracial bisexual people
  26. Biracial gay people
  27. Biracial lesbians
  28. Biracial queer people
  29. Biracial transgender people
  30. Biromantic people
  31. Bisexual athletes
  32. Bisexual blind people
  33. Bisexual Deaf people
  34. Bisexual disabled people
  35. Bisexual culture
  36. Bisexual hard of hearing people
  37. Bisexual people in the workplace
  38. Bisexual people with chronic illnesses
  39. Bisexual survivors of bullying
  40. Bisexual victims of bullying
  41. Bisexual wheelchair users
  42. Bisexual witches
  43. Chest reconstruction surgery
  44. Chicano/a/x bisexual people
  45. Chicano/a/x gay men
  46. Chicano/a/x intersex people
  47. Chicano/a/x lesbians
  48. Chicano/a/x LGBTQ+ people
  49. Chicano/a/x queer people
  50. Chicano/a/x transgender people
  51. Cisgender identity
  52. Cissexuality
  53. Clitoroplasty
  54. Content warnings
  55. Costumes
  56. Crip
  57. Critical race theory
  58. Demigender identity
  59. Demiromantic people
  60. Demiromanticism
  61. Desistance (Gender)
  62. Detransitioning
  63. Drag performers
  64. Endosex
  65. Endosex people
  66. Facial feminisation surgery
  67. Facial gender affirming surgery
  68. Facial masculinisation surgery
  69. Female gaze
  70. Feminine of center
  71. Feminising vocal surgery
  72. Feminist theory
  73. Gay athletes
  74. Gay blind people
  75. Gay Deaf people
  76. Gay disabled people
  77. Gay hard of hearing people
  78. Gay men in the workplace
  79. Gay men with chronic illnesses
  80. Gay survivors of bullying
  81. Gay victims of bullying
  82. Gay wheelchair users
  83. Gay witches
  84. Gender ambiguity
  85. Gender binaries
  86. Gender minorities
  87. Gender non-conforming identity
  88. Gender transgression
  89. Genderqueer identity
  90. Greyromantic people
  91. Greyromanticism
  92. GRID (Gay-Related Immune Deficiency)
  93. HAART (Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy)
  94. Hermaphrodites
  95. Heteromantic people
  96. Hispanic bisexual people
  97. Hispanic gay men
  98. Hispanic intersex people
  99. Hispanic lesbians
  100. Hispanic LGBTQ+ people
  101. Hispanic queer people
  102. Hispanic transgender people
  103. Homoeroticism
  104. Homoromantic people
  105. Indian asexual people
  106. Indian bisexual people
  107. Indian gay men
  108. Indian intersex people
  109. Indian lesbians
  110. Indian LGBTQ+ people
  111. Indian queer people
  112. Indian transgender people
  113. Indigenous bisexual people
  114. Indigenous gay men
  115. Indigenous intersex people
  116. Indigenous lesbians
  117. Indigenous queer people
  118. Indigenous transgender people
  119. Indigiqueer
  120. Indigiqueer people
  121. Intersex athletes
  122. Intersex people in the workplace
  123. Intersex survivors of bullying
  124. Intersex victims of bullying
  125. Intersex witches
  126. Inuit bisexual people
  127. Inuit gay men
  128. Inuit intersex people
  129. Inuit lesbians
  130. Inuit queer people
  131. Inuit transgender people
  132. Kānaka Maoli bisexual people
  133. Kānaka Maoli gay men
  134. Kānaka Maoli intersex people
  135. Kānaka Maoli lesbians
  136. Kānaka Maoli LGBTQ+ people
  137. Kānaka Maoli queer people
  138. Kānaka Maoli transgender people
  139. Labiaplasty
  140. Lesbian athletes
  141. Lesbian blind people
  142. Lesbian Deaf people
  143. Lesbian disabled people
  144. Lesbian hard of hearing people
  145. Lesbian survivors of bullying
  146. Lesbian victims of bullying
  147. Lesbian wheelchair users
  148. Lesbian witches
  149. Lesbians in the workplace
  150. Lesbians with chronic illnesses
  151. LGBTQ+ asylum seekers
  152. LGBTQ+ athletes
  153. LGBTQ+ culture
  154. LGBTQ+ Deaf culture
  155. LGBTQ+ hard of hearing people
  156. LGBTQ+ home movies
  157. LGBTQ+ immigrants
  158. LGBTQ+ people in the workplace
  159. LGBTQ+ people with chronic illnesses
  160. LGBTQ+ periodicals
  161. LGBTQ+ special collections
  162. LGBTQ+ survivors of bullying
  163. LGBTQ+ victims of bullying
  164. LGBTQ+ vlogs
  165. LGBTQ+ wheelchair users
  166. LGBTQ+ witches
  167. Male gaze
  168. Masculinising vocal surgery
  169. Masquerading
  170. Metoidioplasty
  171. Misogynoir
  172. Monogamous people
  173. Monosexual people
  174. Multiracial bisexual people
  175. Multiracial gay people
  176. Multiracial lesbians
  177. Multiracial queer people
  178. Multiracial transgender people
  179. Neophallus
  180. Nipple
  181. Non-binary identity
  182. Pacific Islander American bisexual people
  183. Pacific Islander American gay men
  184. Pacific Islander American intersex people
  185. Pacific Islander American lesbians
  186. Pacific Islander American LGBTQ+ people
  187. Pacific Islander American queer people
  188. Pacific Islander American transgender people
  189. Panromantic people
  190. Pansexuality
  191. Papuan bisexual people
  192. Papuan gay men
  193. Papuan intersex people
  194. Papuan lesbians
  195. Papuan queer people
  196. Papuan transgender people
  197. Passing (Sexuality)
  198. Phalloplasty
  199. Polysexual people
  200. Queer athletes
  201. Queer blind people
  202. Queer culture
  203. Queer Deaf people
  204. Queer disabled people
  205. Queer gaze
  206. Queer hard of hearing people
  207. Queer people in the workplace
  208. Queer people with chronic illnesses
  209. Queer survivors of bullying
  210. Queer victims of bullying
  211. Queer wheelchair users
  212. Queer witches
  213. Racism
  214. Reading (LGBTQ+ culture)
  215. Retransitioning
  216. Romani bisexual people
  217. Romani gay men
  218. Romani intersex people
  219. Romani lesbians
  220. Romani queer people
  221. Romani transgender people
  222. Romantic minorities
  223. Romantic orientation
  224. Scrotoplasty
  225. South Asian asexual people
  226. South Asian bisexual people
  227. South Asian gay men
  228. South Asian intersex people
  229. South Asian lesbians
  230. South Asian LGBTQ+ people
  231. South Asian queer people
  232. South Asian transgender people
  233. Stand-to-Pee devices
  234. Studs
  235. Top surgery
  236. Tracheal shave
  237. Trans exclusion
  238. Trans inclusion
  239. Transgender athletes
  240. Transgender blind people
  241. Transgender Deaf people
  242. Transgender disabled people
  243. Transgender hard of hearing people
  244. Transgender people in the workplace
  245. Transgender people with chronic illnesses
  246. Transgender survivors of bullying
  247. Transgender victims of bullying
  248. Transgender wheelchair users
  249. Transgender witches
  250. Transgenderqueer people
  251. Transfemininity
  252. Transmasculinity
  253. Transmisogyny
  254. Transmisogynoir
  255. Two-Spirit athletes
  256. Two-Spirit community
  257. Two-Spirit identity
  258. Two-Spirit people in the workplace
  259. Two-Spirit survivors of bullying
  260. Two-Spirit victims of bullying
  261. Vaginectomy
  262. Vaginoplasty
  263. Zaps

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Homosaurus v. 3.1 Updates

Released December 2021

List of changes:

  1. All instances of LGBTQ in terms and acronyms changed to LGBTQ+ (see full list below)
  2. All terms formatted as [Term] (LGBTQ) changed to LGBTQ+ [term] (see full list below)
  3. Nudes changed to Nude art

List terms removed:

  1. Ephebophilia
  2. Gerontophilia
  3. Hebephilia

List of new terms added::

  1. 2SLGBTQ+
  2. Alloromanticism
  3. Anti-intersex violence
  4. Anti-two-spirit violence
  5. Aromantic authors
  6. Aromantic families
  7. Aromantic fiction
  8. Aromantic parents
  9. Beards
  10. Biromanticism
  11. Bisexual authors
  12. Bisexual autobiographies
  13. Bisexual chefs
  14. Bisexual autobiographies
  15. Bisexual chefs
  16. Bisexual employment
  17. Bisexual-focused businesses
  18. Bisexual-owned businesses
  19. BlaQueer people
  20. Children of aromantic people
  21. Children of asexual people
  22. Children of intersex people
  23. Children of two-spirit people
  24. Clocking (Transgender)
  25. Closeted intersex people
  26. Closeted LGBTQ+ people
  27. Closeted queer people
  28. Closeted two-spirit people
  29. Gay authors
  30. Gay autobiographies
  31. Gay chefs
  32. Gay employment
  33. Gay-focused businesses
  34. Gay-owned businesses
  35. Gender creative
  36. Heteromanticism
  37. Homoromanticism
  38. Intersex authors
  39. Intersex chefs
  40. Intersex families
  41. Intersex fiction
  42. Intersex parents
  43. Lesbian authors
  44. Lesbian autobiographies
  45. Lesbian chefs
  46. Lesbian employment
  47. Lesbian-focused businesses
  48. Lesbian-owned businesses
  49. LGBTQ+ authors
  50. LGBTQ+ autobiographies
  51. LGBTQ+ chefs
  52. LGBTQ+ cultural heritage institutions
  53. LGBTQ+ employment
  54. LGBTQ+-focused businesses
  55. LGBTQ+-owned businesses
  56. Packers (Phallus)
  57. Panromanticism
  58. Queer authors
  59. Queer autobiographies
  60. Queer chefs
  61. Queer employment
  62. Queer-focused businesses
  63. Queer-owned businesses
  64. T4T (Trans for Trans)
  65. Transgender authors
  66. Transgender autobiographies
  67. Transgender chefs
  68. Transgender employment
  69. Transgender-focused businesses
  70. Transgender-owned businesses
  71. Two-spirit authors
  72. Two-spirit chefs
  73. Two-spirit families
  74. Two-spirit families
  75. Two-spirit fiction
  76. Two-spirit parents
  77. Vers

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Homosaurus v. 3 Released

Released September 2021

The Homosaurus V3 has been made available. This initial version is the same as Homosaurus V2 but uses a more standard identifier sequence. To migrate from Homosaurus V2, there is a "replacedBy" field that points to equivalent Homosaurus V3 term. The Homosaurus V3 term added a "replaces" field that points to the Homosaurus V2 term.

The Homosaurus V2 can still be accessed at: https://homosaurus.org/v2

Homosaurus v. 2.3 Updates

Released July 2021

Homosaurus v. 2.2 Updates

Released December 2020

Homosaurus v. 2.1 Updates

Released June 2020

List of new terms added, in brief:

  1. Adult Children of Alcoholics
  2. Al-Anon
  3. Alcoholics
  4. Alcoholics Anonymous
  5. Alcoholism
  6. Allosexuality
  7. Amatonormativity
  8. Biographies (LGBTQ)
  9. Bisexual biographies
  10. Bisexual comics
  11. Bisexual erotic literature
  12. Bisexual fantasy fiction
  13. Bisexual horror fiction
  14. Bisexual literary criticism
  15. Bisexual mystery and detective fiction
  16. Bisexual romance fiction
  17. Bisexual science fiction
  18. Bisexual short stories
  19. Cocaine addiction
  20. Cocaine Anonymous
  21. Comics (LGBTQ)
  22. Compulsory sexuality
  23. Crystal meth addiction
  24. Crystal Meth Anonymous
  25. Erotic literature (LGBTQ)
  26. Erotomania
  27. Fantasy fiction (LGBTQ)
  28. Gay biographies
  29. Gay comics
  30. Gay erotic literature
  31. Gay fantasy fiction
  32. Gay horror fiction
  33. Gay literary criticism
  34. Gay mystery and detective fiction
  35. Gay romance fiction
  36. Gay science fiction
  37. Gay short stories
  38. Horror fiction (LGBTQ)
  39. Internet sex addiction
  40. Leather bars
  41. Lesbian biographies
  42. Lesbian comics
  43. Lesbian erotic literature
  44. Lesbian fantasy fiction
  45. Lesbian horror fiction
  46. Lesbian literary criticism
  47. Lesbian mystery and detective fiction
  48. Lesbian romance fiction
  49. Lesbian science fiction
  50. Lesbian short stories
  51. LGBTQ alcoholics
  52. LGBTQ children of alcoholics
  53. LGBTQ partners of alcoholics
  54. LGBTQ people in Adult Children of Alcoholics
  55. LGBTQ people in Al-Anon
  56. LGBTQ people in Alcoholics Anonymous
  57. LGBTQ people in Cocaine Anonymous
  58. LGBTQ people in Crystal Meth Anonymous
  59. LGBTQ people in Narcotics Anonymous
  60. LGBTQ people in recovery
  61. LGBTQ people with addictions
  62. LGBTQ recovery groups
  63. LGBTQ step work
  64. Literary criticism (LGBTQ)
  65. Metamour
  66. Mononormativity
  67. Monosexuality
  68. Mystery and detective fiction (LGBTQ)
  69. Narcotics Anonymous
  70. Polysexuality
  71. Queer biographies
  72. Queer comics
  73. Queer erotic literature
  74. Queer fantasy fiction
  75. Queer horror fiction
  76. Queer literary criticism
  77. Queer mystery and detective fiction
  78. Queer romance fiction
  79. Queer science fiction
  80. Queer short stories
  81. Recovery groups
  82. Romance fiction (LGBTQ)
  83. Science fiction (LGBTQ)
  84. Short stories (LGBTQ)
  85. Slurs
  86. Stigma
  87. Sobriety
  88. Trans
  89. Transgender biographies
  90. Transgender comics
  91. Transgender erotic literature
  92. Transgender fantasy fiction
  93. Transgender horror fiction
  94. Transgender literary criticism
  95. Transgender mystery and detective fiction
  96. Transgender romance fiction
  97. Transgender science fiction
  98. Transgender short stories
  99. Uranism