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A politically correct term for "fag hag"

  • masculumpedes Posts: 5545
    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 12:27 PM GMT
    Flame dame....
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 12:33 PM GMT
    Not to kill the thread, apologise if I do, but what is the official definition of a fag hag? I've never heard this before.

    I tried gathering what it might mean with people's suggested synonyms but honestly my stupidity got the better of me.
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 12:43 PM GMT
    Dominican_Gent said
    Mil8 saidInsignificant other.

    Ouch, that's harsh.


    Okay, 'not quite so significant other'.
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 12:57 PM GMT
    BRoss saidNot to kill the thread, apologise if I do, but what is the official definition of a fag hag? I've never heard this before.

    I tried gathering what it might mean with people's suggested synonyms but honestly my stupidity got the better of me.

    The urban dictionary has a number of definitions for fag hag, from which I extracted:

    fag hag

    A staight woman who loves the company of the gay male community, such as drag shows, and going to gay bars. She also has a best friend that is gay and they have everything in a hetro relationship except the sex part. And they share what best girlfriends have in common.

    A female whose primary relationship is a non-sexually oriented one with a homosexual man. Concept popularized by TV sitcom "Will & Grace".
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:01 PM GMT
    Incidentally, in checking the urban dictionary I ran across this, which I didn't know. The straight male friend of a gay guy is a "fag stag." And a gay guy who has mostly straight male friends is a "stag fag."

    I dunno, sometimes I think this stuff gets taken too far. Next they'll be reviving the hanky code, and I'll have to learn that all over again.
  • hoosier_daddy Posts: 1168
    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:07 PM GMT
    Jay_Goya saidHomo Adjacent


    Love!
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:14 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    BRoss saidNot to kill the thread, apologise if I do, but what is the official definition of a fag hag? I've never heard this before.

    I tried gathering what it might mean with people's suggested synonyms but honestly my stupidity got the better of me.

    The urban dictionary has a number of definitions for fag hag, from which I extracted:

    fag hag

    A staight woman who loves the company of the gay male community, such as drag shows, and going to gay bars. She also has a best friend that is gay and they have everything in a hetro relationship except the sex part. And they share what best girlfriends have in common.

    A female whose primary relationship is a non-sexually oriented one with a homosexual man. Concept popularized by TV sitcom "Will & Grace".


    Ahh thanks for that. The Will & Grace analogy made complete sense of it.
  • mikeeugene Posts: 84
    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:14 PM GMT
    Based on my experience, the term is "psychopath."
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:16 PM GMT
    The PC term for "fag hag" is




    FAG HAG
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:23 PM GMT
    hairdresser training head
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:42 PM GMT
    Loud fat bitch who needs to get the fuck off the dance floor or get punched if she spills her girly cocktail on my arms/shoes one more time

    In all seriousness, "friend" was the best answer.
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:43 PM GMT
    Bigolbear said
    westdave saidThis will be one of two forum posts for me. What is the politically correct phrase for "fag hag". I hate using this phrase, and was wondering if anyone knows a "softer" term to use instead. Thanks!


    "Friend"


    This! I am disappointed when I hear any derogatory terms for people.
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    QUOTE Oct 29, 2011 1:53 PM GMT
    Seriously... what about just friend... damn! what's wrong with people!