I was wondering if any Spanish speakers know if the word "joto" is meant to be offensive. Is it considered a derogatory term? Is it sort of like the word f-g? Please realize that this is a serious question. I'm a gay guy in high school so I'm sometimes the target of such hateful words, but I'm not sure about this one.
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The Spanish slang word "joto"?
The Spanish language employs a wide range of swear words that vary between Spanish speaking nations and in regions and subcultures of each nation. Idiomatic expressions, particularly profanity, are not always directly translatable into other languages, and so most of the English translations offered in this article are very rough and most likely do not reflect the full meaning of the expression they intend to translate. In Spanish, as in most languages, swear words tend to come from semantic domains considered taboo , such as human excretions, sexuality, and religion,  and swearing serves several functions in discourse.
Gender neutral language in Spanish is more difficult than gender neutral language also called gender inclusive language in some other languages, because its grammatical gender is pervasive, and it has no true neutral grammatical gender, at least not in standard usage. See the main article on gender neutral language for general reasons to use neutral language, common problems in using it, and its use for nonbinary people. Spanish has two grammatical genders, masculine and feminine.