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baby dyke

baby dyke
 n.— «But the times, they are a changing. I am what is called a baby dyke (a lesbian under 24) and part of a new generation, who still care about women’s rights, but rally just as ferociously for MAC lipstick, Angelina Jolie and a shallow night out with the girls.» —“Bring on the dancing girls” by Hila Bouzaglou Mail & Guardian (South Africa) Jan. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • FYI
    This phrase has been around subculturally for at least 15 years.

    Research in LBGTQI media and literature will back that up.

    Thanks for your fascinating language page!

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