|"Gay should..." Google why?||@Gari||11/24/13 2:46 AM|
I'm a Google lover, I know Google it's not homophobic so please remove it.
I'm a RS on the Youtube Spanish forum and I know people who work on the Google search results but I want to tell this here.
|Re: "Gay should..." Google why?||Shannon...||11/24/13 9:39 AM|
I have escalated your question for the Google Team to look at. It's a weekend for many and it may not be addressed today. Hopefully soon though!
|Re: "Gay should..." Google why?||Thomas P.||11/24/13 10:03 AM|
What exactly were you about to search for, when you came by that?
|Re: "Gay should..." Google why?||@Gari||11/24/13 10:22 AM|
Thomas P. I were about to search for "Gay should marry" to find a list of reasons to complete my school work :)
|Re: "Gay should..." Google why?||Thomas P.||11/24/13 10:52 AM|
OK, but a better search would be [ homosexual marriage], or perhaps [ gay marriage ].
- In general: Avoid verbs, unless they are essential bondage (and when so: use quoting as needed)
In this particual case: What you essentially did was to use a normative verb, and in effect went looking for opions' of the masses.
Objectification or conceptualisation by leaving out the plural "s" (writing [gay should] instead of [gays should]), - did not improve your odds for dodging such opinions. ;-)