Around the World: The Dictionary Is the Unlikely Queer Ally We Need, Russia Wants to Ban FIFA ’17

Around the World: The Dictionary Is the Unlikely Queer Ally We Need, Russia Wants to Ban FIFA ’17

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The queer community is always on the lookout for allies—and we have what might be the most unexpected ally ever in the fine folks at Merriam-Webster. The dictionary creators have used their position (at least when they’re not trolling Donald Trump) to talk about the evolution of language and how it intersects with queer identities. That news and more in our look at cultural change around the world!

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