Portuguese film festival Queer Lisboa is putting out a call for viewers: Aunties, bears, beards, friends of Dorothy and twinks are all invited to watch movies that feature LGBTQ actors and themes. Don’t recognize any of those terms? Don’t worry—the festival is proudly “Straight Friendly,” too. A tongue-in-cheek spot promoting the festival’s twenty-third year presents a litany of slang terms for LGBTQ people. Many of the words were originally used as slurs by straight people, but like “queer,” they’ve been adopted as terms of defiance and used by people in the LGBTQ community to express particular aspects of their identity.