Per request of Professor iguanaSF, PhD:THE GAY LANGUAGE
Since prehistoric times, gays always seem to speak a different language. In this chapter you will learn the ABC's of being gay... literally!History:
In 1921, a spelunker named Chi Chi LaRue discovered the so-called Belami cave paintings in France. Found nearby were two fossilized skeletons of neanderthals in a 69 position, apparently killed by a sudden cave-in, and apparently both male. The immediate conclusion was that they were gay. What was interesting was the cave paintings. Artistically, it was little different from the other well-known cave-paintings of the Neolithic period such as those in France (especially in that big dank caverns called Lascaux and a darker cavern called Louvre) but in terms of subject it was markedly different.
For example, there were no depictions of weapons of any kind. And it shows what seems to be only two people (both of them obviously male) in different idyllic scenes. Strolling hand in hand past two mammoths, chasing each other in a field of flowers and butterflies, talking to a couple of bunny rabbits, and a still puzzling scene which seems to show them inside what looks to be a tent at night doing something unknown. (Possibly churning the butter?)
This lead to the conclusion by noted Paleoanthropologist Coco Chanel that this was a manifestation of the 'gay lingo' - a scientific term used to denote the still unexplained phenomena of the way homosexuals tend to develop a different way of speaking.Figure 1.0
A cave painting by a group of straight neanderthals.Figure 1.1
The Belami cave paintings.
(...more to follow... add your own history as well! LOL)