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12/02/2011

Agreed!

by Jeremy Hooper

Brian Moylan makes a case:

First, it's degrading to women by calling them "hags" and, if you've spent any time with the women who hang around gays in New York you'll know that they are often more attractive and well put together than the average lady.

Also, it refers to their gay friends as "fags" something we wouldn't even tolerate if Liza Minnelli called us that (maybe Judy, but not Liza!).

FULL: We Need a New Word for ‘Fag Hag’ [Gawker]

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