|From:||Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 18, 2001, 2:04|
Ar 18:08 17/11/01 -0600, bhac William Annis le scríobh chugam:
> >From: Doug Barr <dbarr@...>
> >C. J. Cherryh rocks!
> Indeed she does.
> > I've just finished reading a few of the hani
> books for
> >the umpteenth time, and I own a most battered copy of the Faded Sun
> >And the Wraeththu books are good too. Between that culture and Láadan's use
> >of a word for the female/receptive role in penetrative sex, I've been
> >wondering what my own slowly-developing language will use... Especially
> >since the gay men I know who define themselves as "tops" tend to do so
> >negatively, i.e. "I don't get f*cked." Maybe there's something there.
Being a hetrosexual male, I've always been frightened of getting it wrong. I
always tried to try to emote the correct feelings when creating words,
especially in Kaityanna. I just think I wouldn't get it right. Got any good
Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>
I can decide what I give / But it's not up to me / What I get given -=Bjork=-