Depending on the context, you will encounter different kinds of terminology for LGBT issues in Japan. Similarly to English, there are more formal and academic terms which are commonly found in newspapers and news programs, and terms which are used more casually. Here are some of the terms that are used in Japan. In news articles, it is common for a Japanese or Kanji word to follow after Katakana or foreign loan words to help older readers to understand the meaning. The term is also Japanese not a loan word from English which is means that it is easier for older Japanese people to understand.
LGBT lingo in Japan
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