No wonder he got the sack. Despite tolerant recognition in 1920s Harlem, bull-dagger became an increasingly homophobic and racist expression used to disparage empowered, butch, or openly lesbian African-American women. On the other hand, the writer muses that butch and femme women in the earlier twentieth century may have been expressing their closeted transgender identity. Caught in the act, caught red-handed. Compare with 'bull dyke' and 'diesel dyke'. Also, but less commonly, jolly dancers and molly dancers.
Diesel dykes are really quiet, calm and chilled, like that laidback man see bulldyke when it comes to always-rude, bitter lesbians that hate the planet. While in the '40s, the prevailing butch image was severe but gentle, it became increasingly tough and aggressive as violent confrontation became a fact of life. The linguistic origins of bulldagger, as with the lesbian monikers dyke and the earlier bulldike, are uncertain. A cigarette end, the remnants of a cigarette after smoking. Barking is slang for crazy. See 'have a dab on'. See 'done up like a dog's dinner'.
See also , , Plaid-clad Whale and Rugmuncher 1. A stud is a dominant lesbian, usually butch. You're the man of the house. A liberating weekend away from home for the indulgence in intimacies, either sexual or otherwise, with one's lover. The act of simulation sex whilst fully clothed. A common occurrence for Western travellers visiting countries of the East, such as India, hence the expression. Contexto: un grupo de amigos, entre los que hay un homosexual, hablan relajadamente mientras juegan al póquer.
Bulldaggers are associated with physical strength, sexual prowess, emotional reserve, and butch chivalry. An expression of endearment, e. This was especially true in relation to the butch identity, as the organization held the belief that assimilation into heterosexual society was the goal of the homophile movement. . A skilled manoeuvre in a motorized vehicle, whereby it is repeatedly spun on the spot through 360°, resulting in the tyres overheating and consequently leaving burnt rubber on the tarmac - in the shape of a doughnut.
Something whose name isn't known or has been forgotten. There's speculation as to whether the soldiers went mad whilst stationed there, awaiting the troop ship home, or that they were sent to the sanatorium there after going mad. To finish a relationship with someone. As it has happened in other countries like Finland, were known lesbian sex and women who looked as men, but it was not conceived that a woman could feel emotional and erotic inclination for another woman. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.
What a stink, have you just dropped one? An idiot, a contemptible person. Anonymous, public sex between strangers, usually taking place in cars or outdoors and in the presence of voyeurs. Lesbian Dictionary: English How to say lesbian in English English is an Indo-European language spoken by over 500 million people and is official in more than 80 countries and territories. Their increased visibility, combined with the anti-gay rhetoric of the , led to an increase in violent attacks on gay and bisexual women, while at the same time the increasingly strong and defiant bar culture became more willing to respond with force. Those who switched roles were called ki-ki, a term, and they were often the butt of jokes. The shooting of guns at a particular target from inside a car. Of males, to have sex.
Also Darby Kelly, and often abbreviated to Derby Kel. They fight you only if you are rude to them - their aggressiveness is for good reasons against homophobia, jerks, etc. To make an obvious mistake. To put a personal claim on something. Harlem's most famous bulldagger, openly gay jazz singer Gladys Bentley, performed in tuxedos, dated glamorous women, and infused jazz standards with her own lesbian sizzle.
To be very angry, to throw a tantrum, to get emotionally upset. A contemptible person, an idiot. Archived from on January 1, 2018. Answer: According to Fortune City, the word Dyke was possibly from Boudicca Bou-dyke-ah , a Celtic queen who organized a revolt against the Roman Empire in 67 A. Variations Les, Less, Lessie, Lez, Lezzie, Lezzo, Lesbie, Lesbie-friends, Lesbo, Lesley, Lesbyterian humourous term. To reveal the truth or gossip. Here are some popular theories about the origin of the word dyke.