Some of you seem a little confused. Let me help.
The word "moist" has been considered
by some to be an exceptionally unpleasant word for some reason, enough so to justify news articles about it. I was making a post about its famous unpleasantness in order to make fun of Viktor's thread, and of the ilk of people in general who think they are going to right all the world's wrongs by changing words into other words. It had nothing to do with gays.
By the way, not to be too smug about it, but your reaction (in assuming I was referring to some-or-other slur) kind of proves my own point, doesn't it? It seems to me that the censorious language police have definitively entered Poe's Law territory, if I can't even make a satirical
post (about a word people dislike because of "facial feedback" or because it conjures "images of cake and sweaty armpits") without accidentally committing some misdemeanor from the Index Verborum Prohibitorum.
And at least one of you wants to lock the thread as well? Good lord. You people are unbelievable.
"It will not come by waiting for it. It will not be said, 'Here it is,' or 'There it is.' Rather, the Kingdom of the Father is spread out upon the earth, and men do not see it."
– The Gospel of Thomas