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This is the Wiki99 list for LGBT+ topics. Please visit Wikimedia LGBT+ for general support on LGBT+ issues in Wikimedia projects.

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Wiki99 is the idea to have a list of about 99 Wikipedia articles which should be translated into as many languages as possible in order to establish common understanding in a field. The 99 articles should include defining concepts which are less related to any particular culture, and also cultural concepts which promote international diversity of thought in a field.

Please seek to keep this list internationally diverse without focusing on too many cultural concepts, biographies, or events from any one region. It is preferable to include representative articles from as many cultures as possible in this list, while still keeping the list count to about 99.

A major challenge with this list is international representation of biographies and concepts. There is a bias in LGBT+ discussion and history writing to present topics from the English-speaking world and certain Western countries. If anyone has a topic to share from outside Western discussion, and which would be good to promote for translation into every language as part of an international shared LGBT heritage, then please add the idea to the list.

The general idea is to have initial discussion in English as a common language, but then to translate the shared list into other languages so that everyone can share in the common LGBT+ culture and stories. The project works better when there is more cultural diversity presented in all of the listed topics.

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Concepts

Core concepts

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1homosexualityromantic or sexual attraction or behavior between members of the same sex115Q6636134
2LGBTlesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons88Q17884161
3bisexualitysexual and / or romantic attraction to men and women85Q43200142
4sexual orientationenduring pattern of sexual attraction78Q17888121
5same-sex marriagemarriage of persons of the same sex80Q1742283
6asexualitysexual orientation where there is a absence of sexual attraction to anyone73Q724351113
7intersexatypical congenital variations of sex characteristics73Q1097630102
8queerumbrella term for sexual and gender minorities that are not heterosexual, heteronormative, or cisgender58Q5141591
9coming outprocess of disclosing one's sexual orientation or other identity attributes56Q20809961
10non-binarygender identities other than male or female59Q48270204
11cisgendergender identity descriptor53Q109320581
12civil unioncivil status similar to marriage, most often independent of the gender of partners50Q4107561
13pride paradeannual event celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) social and self-acceptance, achievements, legal rights, and pride46Q5140492
14drag queenartist who dresses and acts with exaggerated femininity for performance purposes46Q337084142
15heteronormativityconcept that elevates heterosexuality over non-heterosexuality42Q6050884
16trans womanperson assigned male at birth who identifies as a woman44Q1052281112
17cross-dressingpractice of dressing and acting in a style or manner traditionally associated with the opposite sex for performance purposes44Q43160491
18LGBT pridepositive stance toward LGBTQ+ people, opposing any stigma, discrimination, or violence37Q5140661
19LGBT rights by country or territoryrights of LGBT people by country or territory42Q1789861
20third genderindividual whose gender identity is not defined as male or female41Q4827951
21trans manperson assigned female at birth who identifies as a man41Q2449503122
22gender binaryclassification of sex and gender into two distinct, opposite and disconnected forms of masculine and feminine35Q553097081
23homosexual behavior in animalssexual behavior among non-human species that is interpreted as homosexual32Q59854031
24lesbianismsexual attraction between women31Q6649163
25transfeminismapproach to feminism influenced by transgender movement31Q330859751
26gay villagegeographical area within a city that is inhabited or frequented by LGBT people31Q7481984
27drag kingperformance artists, usually female, who dress and behave in masculine ways for performance29Q125452591
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Violence

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1homophobianegative attitudes and discrimination toward homosexuality76Q33487102
2transphobiahatred, irrational fear, prejudice, or discrimination against transgender people52Q5967771
3biphobiaantagonism or disgust directed toward bisexuality as an identity or bisexual people due to their sexuality47Q74759281
4conversion therapyPseudoscientific or religious attempt to change sexual orientation34Q153894771
5lesbophobiairrational fear of, and aversion to, lesbians, two girls kissing31Q174265971
6corrective rapehate crime in which a person is raped because of their perceived sexual or gender orientation33Q113528751
7outingdisclosing a person's sexual orientation, gender identity or other identity characteristic without their consent28Q10546783
8closetedkeeping silent about one's sexual orientation or gender identity16Q257432051
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Sex and health

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1HIV/AIDS (1959–)spectrum of conditions caused by HIV infection132Q12199304
2sexually transmitted infectioninfection transmitted through human sexual behavior99Q12198132
3condombirth control and sexually transmitted disease prevention device96Q14076113
4syphilissexually transmitted infection93Q41083172
5anal sexinsertion of the penis into the anus or other sexual activity involving the anus77Q839871
6dildosexual device61Q1080162
7safe sexways to reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancy or acquiring STDs51Q31852982
8gender dysphoriamental distress resulting from mismatch between gender identity and biological gender assigned at birth43Q1049021141
9Kaposi's sarcomaconnective tissue cancer, common among early AIDS patients37Q725345151
10gender-affirming surgerysurgical procedures to alter sexual characteristics to match identified gender32Q10535018
11gender affirming therapymedical aspect of gender transitioning, that is, modifying one's characteristics to better suit one's gender identity15Q157489535
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Culture-specific concepts or activism

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1sodomyany of several forms of sexual intercourse held to be unnatural, particularly bestiality or historically homosexuality, but also (sometimes) anal or oral sex.54Q20642682
2Female sodomycategory of female sexual activities2Q1189061072
3LGBT symbolssymbols for self-identification which demonstrate unity, pride, shared values, and allegiance to one another in the LGBT community37Q5139972
4Transgender Day of Remembrance (1999–)day to memorialize those who have been killed as a result of transphobia, on November 20th34Q57116101
5LGBT social movementsocial movements35Q461290771
6LGBT communitygroup of people that aren't cisgender and/or heterosexual33Q5139331
7lesbian feminismapproach to feminism influenced by lesbian movement32Q1829942
8gay bardrinking establishment catered to LGBT clientele28Q104363961
9LGBT topics and IslamMuslim views on LGBT topics30Q95499841
10Kinsey Reportstwo publications by sexologists Kinsey, Pomeroy, Martin, and Gebhard26Q8709538
11pinkwashinginstrumentalization of LGBTQIA+ people and their rights29Q2020081141
12sodomy lawlaws criminalising certain sexual acts22Q165614651
13gay liberation (1969–1980)state of equality for LGBT people and goal of LGBT rights movement from 1969 to 198022Q1107631171
14sexual orientation and gender identity at the United Nationslegal concept, declarations and resolutions of the United Nations in favor of the universal decriminalization of homosexuality and the respect for the sexual orientation and gender identity of individuals18Q12661454
15LGBT History Month (1994–)annual month-long event for observing the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and of their civil rights movements