1. The first known use of Homophile was in 1945
2. Homophile synonyms, Homophile pronunciation, Homophile translation, English dictionary definition of Homophile
3. Advocating or supportive of the interests, civil rights, and welfare of gay people: a Homophile activist organization.
4. Homophile A person who romanticizes or fetishizes homosexual relationship/ couples /or romances
5. That straight guy fetishizes lesbian couples, he's a Homophile.
6. (chiefly historical) Of or pertaining to the “Homophile movement”, a gay activist movement that used this term in English.
7. Homophile is an illustrated story that doesn't have pages like a conventional comic book
8. The Homophile movement flourished in the United States between 1951 and 1970
9. The Homophile Movement refers to the local, national and international social-political movement for gay and lesbian rights which emerged following World War II.
10. The word Homophile is an alternative to the word homosexual, preferred by some because it emphasizes love (" -phile " from Greek φιλία) over sex.
11. Called “Homophile organizations” in order to emphasize their sense of community and deemphasize the sexual aspect of their identity that so concerned the public, these pioneering groups worked to provide awareness, education, and unification of this oppressed minority
12. Homophile - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
13. Homophile (Noun) A homosexual, a gay man or lesbian, one who has a sexual or romantic preference for persons of one's own gender;. Etymology: From homo- + -phile.
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14. Homophile (plural Homophiles) (dated) A homosexual, a gay man or lesbian, one who has a sexual or romantic preference for persons of the same gender; used to emphasize love over sex.
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15. The words Homophile and homophilia are dated terms for homosexuality
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16. Find 6 ways to say Homophile, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
17. The continued publication of One, as well as other Homophile magazines such as the Mattachine Review (published by the Mattachine Society) and the Ladder (published by the Daughters of Bilitis), allowed …
18. ‘Many of us were frustrated by what seemed like the complacency of older gays, just as they had once been frustrated by the meekness of an even earlier generation of Homophiles.’
19. Synonyms for Homophile include homosexual, gay, lesbian, sapphic, lesbigay, bisexual, camp, GLBT, lavender and pink
20. Homophile: a range of positive attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or towards homosexual individuals and their orientation
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21. Homophile: 1 n someone who practices homosexuality; having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex Synonyms: gay , homo , homosexual Types: gay man , shirtlifter a homosexual man gay woman , lesbian , tribade a female homosexual closet queen a negative term for a homosexual man who chooses not to reveal his sexual orientation Type of:
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22. Homophile Movement synonyms, Homophile Movement pronunciation, Homophile Movement translation, English dictionary definition of Homophile Movement
23. Someone who is sexually attracted to persons of the same sex Familiarity information: Homophile used as a noun is very rare.
24. Homophile (n.) 1960, from homo-(2) "homosexual" + -phile.An attempt to coin a word for a homosexual person as part of a social group, rather than a sexual deviant.
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25. A favorite technique of early activists was the picket line, especially for those actions organized by such Eastern groups as the Mattachine Society of New York, the Mattachine Society of Washington, Philadelphia's Janus Society and the New York chapter of Daughters of Bilitis, These groups acted under the collective name East Coast Homophile Organizations (ECHO).
26. The Homophile and gay marriage movements tell us that the nuclear family is the destiny for all of us who wish to be healthy
27. A Renegade History of the United States The first gay political movement in the U.S., the “ Homophile ” movement of the 1950s and 1960s, sought “civil rights,” “full citizenship,” and “recognition that we
28. Homophile PRESS"Homophile press" usually refers to the dozen or so mid-twentieth-century lesbian and gay newsletters and magazines published before the Stonewall Riots, most of which emphasized the acceptability of homosexuality through intellectual, political, and/or artistic content, and deemphasized the sexual aspects of homosexuality.
29. Homophile definition: → homosexual Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
30. Early groups used the term “Homophile,” meaning “loving the same,” to describe themselves
31. The words Homophile and homophilia are dated terms for homosexuality
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32. 1 Etymology 2 Homophile movement (1940–1970) 3 Organisations and
33. Synonyms for Homophile in Free Thesaurus
34. 8 synonyms for Homophile: gay, homosexual, lesbian, gay, homo, homosexual, queer, gay
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35. The word Homophile or homophilia refers to a range of positive attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or towards homosexual individuals and their orientation
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36. Boston University Homophile Club flyer (1970) “…homosexuals are beginning to realize that to change society’s attitudes, they must educate the public.” The Boston University Homophile Club was established on December 4, 1969 and was the first gay student organization in Boston.
37. Fun Facts about the name Homophile
38. How unique is the name Homophile? Out of 6,028,151 records in the U.S
39. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Homophile was not present
40. The title of the class was Proseminar in Homophile Studies and was taught by three professors: Crompton, Professor James K
41. A group made up predominantly of homosexuals cannot be called Homophile, applying the same logic
42. It can only be called homosexual.126.96.36.199 21:41, 29 June 2012 (UTC) I think you might have missed the message of this article - that the word "Homophile" is a synonym for "homosexual".
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43. Founders sought to mobilize a large gay constituency through meetings and by creating Homophile journals to produce a “new pride—a pride in belonging, a pride in participating in the cultural growth and the social achievements of…the homosexual minority” (D’Emilio, 1983, pp
44. During the endonymic shifts from invert to Homophile to gay, queer was pejoratively applied to men who were believed to engage in receptive or passive anal or oral sex with other men as well as those who exhibited non-normative gender expressions.
45. Homophile - find the meaning, anagrams and hook words with Homophile and much more
46. The word Homophile uses 9 letters: e, h, h, i, l, m, o, o, p
47. Homophile is playable in: Words With Friends 20
48. The Stage 1950s-1960s: Homophile Movement (cont’d) Women in the Homophile Movement
49. Some women were involved in Mattachine and other Homophile organizations, and in 1955 women in San Francisco formed the Daughters of Bilitis, the first Homophile organization exclusively for lesbians.
50. The Homophile era in the United States began in 1950 with the organizing of a secret society of homosexuals in Los Angeles
51. Calling themselves “Mattachine,” a small group of men and women organized the core Homophile institutions: ONE, Inc.; the Mattachine Society; and The Daughters of Bilitis and their respective magazines ONE, Mattachine Review, and The Ladder.
52. Synonyms for Homophile Movement in Free Thesaurus
53. Antonyms for Homophile Movement
54. 8 synonyms for Homophile: gay, homosexual, lesbian, gay, homo, homosexual, queer, gay
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55. What are synonyms for Homophile Movement?
homophile (noun) · homophiles (plural noun)
homophile (plural homophiles) (dated) A homosexual, a gay man or lesbian, one who has a sexual or romantic preference for persons of the same gender; used to emphasize love over sex. Translations [ edit ] one who has a sexual or romantic preference for persons of one's own gender — See also translations at homosexual
(chiefly historical) Of or pertaining to the “homophile movement”, a gay activist movement that used this term in English. (dated) A homosexual, a gay man or lesbian, one who has a sexual or romantic preference for persons of one's own gender; used to emphasize love over sex. From homo- + -phile. English Wiktionary.
The term homophile is favoured by some because it emphasizes love ("-phile" from Greek φιλία) rather than sex.
The term homophile is favoured by some because it emphasizes love ("-phile" from Greek φιλία) rather than sex. The first element of the word, the Greek root "homo-", means "same"; it is unrelated to Latin homo, "person".