The term “gay” has been a buzzword in the media for decades.

In 2017, the word was used by the media to describe people who had sex with men.

In 2016, it was used to describe someone who had same-sex romantic relationships.

In 2014, it had the potential to be used to refer to a person who had had same sex relationships.

But it also was a pejorative term, meaning something that was considered inferior to other people, according to a report by the American Psychological Association in 2018.

It also has been used as a synonym for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender people.

But this year, it is being challenged by advocates who say it does not accurately represent the people who identify as gay, and it can have negative consequences.

“I’m afraid it has become a pebble thrown at people’s heads,” said Samir Amin, an attorney and a researcher who is working to make the word more inclusive.

“The word ‘gay’ is just a slur.

It doesn’t exist, it’s not accurate.”

He said the word is being used in a way that is harmful to LGBTQ people.

“It’s not just about people being afraid of people who have the same-gender attraction.

It’s about people who don’t fit in.”

The word is also used in different ways by people who are not gay, said Dr. David J. Dixson, a psychiatry professor at the University of Washington in Seattle.

The word “cisgender” is often used to mean someone who identifies as not gender specific.

But when people hear that word, it implies they are not a “cisegender,” said Dr Dixon.

And this is a big problem because people who self-identify as trans are often more at risk of bullying.

The term cisgender is often misused by people to describe a person that is not transgender.

But the term “cismagender” refers to people who do not identify as trans.

So when people are confused about the word, they are at risk for abuse.

Dr Dickson said the APA report was a necessary step to address this issue.

“In terms of the APS report, I think it is the first time we have been able to articulate the harm of using the word ‘cis’ to describe non-binary people, and we think this report really does provide the groundwork for people to have the language of the non-cis gender and to be able to be allies,” he said.

“And we hope that the APSA will be able, as the APHPA continues to evolve, to provide guidance for other professional organizations and governments in the future.”

The APHFA will make recommendations to government, education, and the media in the coming months on how to better address the issues associated with the word.

The report, which is being released in the United States on the eve of International Transgender Day of Remembrance, is part of the larger APHSA project to develop guidelines on how best to promote and protect LGBTQ people around the world.

It will be published in a future edition of the association’s magazine, the Psychological Bulletin.