University of Michigan News". University of Chicago Press. In our sporting columns, in the Fitzroy team appears the name of Bracken. The act or process of criticising the Australian Government and its bureaucracy. This usage predates the association of the term with homosexuality, but has acquired different connotations since the modern usage developed. Subsequent research has cast doubt on this etymology, and in the following statement was made in Australian Aboriginal Words in English:
He then adds in mock doubt, "Oh, I don't know, you're rather gay on the quiet. On June 8,the city of Philadelphia adopted a revised version of the flag. The Australian idiom emerged in the early 20th century and is still heard today.
Leonard Matlovichhimself dying of AIDS-related illness, suggested that upon a cure for AIDS being discovered, the black stripes be removed from the flags and burned.