Many of us are familiar with common gay slang like “kiki” or “trade,” but have you ever heard of a “Lucky Pierre” a “Ring Snatcher?” If you haven’t, you might be one — and you don’t even know.
Compiled from dictionariesandglossariesfeaturingcenturiesof queerslangfromaroundtheglobe, here are 50 uncommon or out-of-use phrases that you should commit to memory. “Over the bridge to Pimpleton” we go.
1. Angel food (n.) – homosexual male pilot currently serving in the Air Force.
2. Basket shopping (v.) – when cruising or checking someone out, British term refers to examining the object of your affection’s private areas through their clothing.
3. Beat (adj.) – extremely wonderful or great, “fabulous.” Example: “Did you see her at the club tonight? That look was beat.”
4. Bulldagger (n.) – a masculine woman, closely related to “butch lesbian.” Also see:…
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