Wiki99/LGBT+

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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.

AboutEdit

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.

ListEdit

ConceptsEdit

Concepts
  1. Agender
  2. Asexuality
  3. Bear
  4. Bi-curious
  5. Bigender
  6. Bisexuality
  7. Butch and femme
  8. Cisgender
  9. Cishet
  10. Cross-dressing
  11. Drag king
  12. Drag queen
  13. Femminiello
  14. Gay pride
  15. Gay village
  16. Gender binary
  17. Genderfluid
  18. Genderqueer
  19. Heteronormativity
  20. Hijra (South Asia)
  21. Homosexuality
  22. Intersex
  23. Intersex human rights
  24. Kathoey
  25. Lesbianism
  26. LGBT
  27. LGBT rights by country or territory
  28. LGBT social movements
  29. Material feminism
  30. Muxe
  31. Pansexuality
  32. Pride parade
  33. Queer
  34. Same-sex marriage
  35. Same-sex relationship
  36. Sexual orientation
  37. Third gender
  38. Trans man
  39. Trans woman
  40. Transfeminism
  41. Transexuality
  42. Two-spirit
  43. Women's rights
  44. homosexual behavior in animals (Q598540)
    Violence
  45. Biphobia
  46. Closeted
  47. Conversion therapy
  48. Corrective rape
  49. Don't ask
  50. Homophobia
  51. Lesbophobia
  52. Transphobia
    Sex and health
  53. AIDS
  54. Anal sex
  55. Clitoris
  56. Condom
  57. Dental dam
  58. Dildo
  59. HIV/AIDS
  60. Personal lubricant
  61. Safe sex
  62. Sex assignment
  63. Sex education
  64. Sexual intercourse
  65. Sex reassignment surgery
  66. Sex reassignment therapy
    Culture-specific concepts or activism
  67. Celebrate Bisexuality Day
  68. Gay bar
  69. Gay liberation
  70. Homophile movement
  71. Intersex Awareness Day
  72. Kinsey Reports
  73. List of LGBT bookstores
  74. First homosexual movement
  75. LGBT History Month
  76. LGBT in Islam
  77. LGBT symbols
  78. National Coming Out Day
  79. Same-sex marriage
  80. Sodomy / Sodomy law
  81. Transgender Day of Remembrance
    North America
  82. Ball culture
  83. Castro District
  84. Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010
  85. Dykes on Bikes
  86. Friend of Dorothy
  87. Gay Liberation Front
  88. Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, U.S.
  89. Millennium March on Washington
  90. National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
  91. National Equality March
  92. Stonewall riots
  93. Stonewall National Monument
  94. Vogue (dance)
    Latin America and Caribbean
  95. Homosexuality in pre-Columbian civilizations (Q5474808)
  96. Homosexuality in ancient Peru
  97. Advisory Opinion on Gender Identity, Equality, and Non-Discrimination of Same-Sex Couples (Q56378556)
  98. São Paulo Gay Pride Parade
    Europe
  99. Different from the Others
  100. Harden–Eulenburg affair
  101. Homomonument
  102. Homophile movement
  103. Institut für Sexualwissenschaft / Scientific-Humanitarian Committee
  104. Persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
  105. Paragraph 175
    Africa
    Asia
  106. Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code
    Oceania
  107. Lesbian Feminist Circle
    Biographies
    North America
  108. Public Universal Friend
  109.   Audre Lorde
  110.   Bayard Rustin
  111.   Billy Jean King
  112.   Ellen DeGeneres
  113.   James Baldwin
  114.   Judith Butler
  115.   Christine Jorgensen
  116.   Ricky Martin
  117.   Harvey Milk
  118.   Octavia Butler
  119. RuPaul
  120.   Matthew Shepard
  121.   Walt Whitman
  122.   Miss Major Griffin-Gracy
    Latin America
  123.   Gabriela Mistral
  124.   Pedro Lemebel
  125.   Claudia López Hernández
  126.   Juan Gabriel
  127.   Manuel Puig
  128.   Jaime Bayly
    Europe
  129.   Alexander the Great
  130.   David Bowie
  131.   Elton John
  132.   Federico García Lorca
  133.   Freddie Mercury
  134.   Ian McKellen
  135.   Karl Heinrich Ulrichs
  136.   Magnus Hirschfeld
  137.   Michel Foucault
  138.   Sergei Diaghilev
  139.   Martina Navratilova
  140.   Sappho
  141.   Vasily Nijinsky
  142.   Rudolf Nureyev
  143.   Alan Turing
  144.   Oscar Wilde
  145.   Louis-Georges Tin
  146.   Monique Wittig
    Africa
    Asia
  147.   Parinya Charoenphol
  148.   Yukio Mishima
  149.   Zheng He
  150. w:Laxmi Narayan Tripathi
    Oceania

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.