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Johns Hopkins Accused of Trying to 'Erase' Women With Its Lesbian Term

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glossary of LGBTQ+ terms.The Baltimore-based university, a major hub of medical research in the U.S., maintains an extensive glossary of definitions for terms relevant to the broad LGBTQ+ community.

The definitions are often updated with greater inclusivity in mind, and as the medical establishment's understanding of gender and sexual identity evolves.On Monday, the glossary's current definition of "lesbian" came under attack from right-wing users on social media.

As the university defines the term as "a non-man attracted to non-men," the users accused it of attempting to "erase" women.

They also pointed to the glossary's listing for "gay man," which does not use similarly non-binary-inclusive language.The flare-up comes amid a broader backlash among conservatives to LGBTQ+ rights and the embrace of queer communities by society.

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