Wikipedia:Did You Know/Proposals


October 19, 2021

Sexual diversity in Serbia

... despite the current Serbian Prime Minister, Ana Brnabić, being openly lesbian, the country's constitution explicitly bans same-sex marriage?Image – (file)Does it have a source? – Mention in the article? – Elapsed time – 29 days Bidder – Melloarthur (discussion) 02:42, 19 September 2021 (UTC) No support I don't find it curious as Icelander Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir and Luxembourger Xavier Bettel, who are gay, were also heads of state before same-sex marriage became legal in their countries. --Kalanchoi (discussion) 4:09 am, September 19, 2021 (UTC) I support it, but I changed the text to specify that illegality is constitutional. ArionEstar (discussion) 9:54 pm, September 19, 2021 (UTC) Interesting curiosity support. WikiFer msg 00:23, 21 September 2021 (UTC) Comment Serbia still prohibits same-sex marriage in its constitution, I have no problem considering this a curious fact. The problem here is the status of the articles themselves: Sexual diversity in Serbia had problems in translating from Spanish, of which I corrected at least most, but still need to have some sources added; and Ana Brnabić cites the English Wikipedia as the only source (so much so that I marked the article as without sources). Solon26125 (discussion) 04:18, September 21, 2021 (UTC) Support. MikutoH speaks! 01:35 am on September 25, 2021 (UTC) Support Chronus (discussion) 22:04 September 27, 2021 (UTC) I don't support it until the entry Ana Brnabić undergoes an expansion and has fonts added. Solon26125 (discussion) 12:18 pm, October 1, 2021 (UTC) @Solon26125 Done! Chronus (discussion) 18:14, 1 October 2021 (UTC) Well, at least it's referenced. I support the proposal. Solon26125 (discussion) 23:57 October 1, 2021 (UTC) --Mayke support available - 22:29 October 3, 2021 (UTC) Comment: Well, as this proposal has been in existence for more than 15 days and more than 5 votes, can it be said that it has been approved? --Mayke available - 8:49 pm, October 14, 2021 (UTC) It would only be approved in advance if it were unanimous, this is not the case due to Kalanchoi's contrary vote. Solon26125 (discussion) 2:07 pm, 16 October 2021 (UTC) I don't support . In my opinion, it would only be curious if the constitutional prohibition had been enacted during her term... Knowledge Nave (discussion) 13:19, 18 October 2021 (UTC)


… the term lesbian comes from the Greek island of Lesbos, birthplace of poet Sappho?Image – Does it have a fountain? – Mention in the article? – Elapsed time – 29 days Bidder – Kalanchoi (discussion) 04:48, 19 September 2021 (UTC) Comment Suggested improvements: add the internal link for Greece in "Greek", and put a source in the article on the origin of the term and another on Sappho and his work (sources in the Discrimination and Civil Rights sections would also be welcome). It may be possible to explain a little more about Sappho's work, but that may not be necessary, and I leave it up to her. Solon26125 (discussion) 9:39 am, September 19, 2021 (UTC) Comment I believe that focusing on the etymological part, and developing the other uses of Lesbos at the time, would be much more concise. MikutoH speaks! 01:37 am on September 25, 2021 (UTC) I do not support I do not consider the etymology of a term, per se, as something curious, as there are thousands of words in our language, each with a different etymology... Knowledge Nave (discussion) 19:22, September 27, 2021 ( UTC) Chronus Support (discussion) 22:07 September 27, 2021 (UTC) Interesting support, adds value. ~~JsantosBraisl I support, because I find it interesting to know etymologies. --Mayke available - 1:43 pm, October 12, 2021 (UTC) I don't support because the improvements I suggested

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