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dyke

1. A derogatory and highly offensive term for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits.
2. A reclaimed term (see Definition 1) used by homosexuals for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits. Yeah, I'm a dyke who's attracted to femmes.

dike

and dyke
n. a lesbian; a bulldiker. (Rude and derogatory.) Who’s the dike in the cowboy boots?

dyke

verb
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Gabriela Diker, rectora e investigadora de la Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento, sostuvo en la presentacion de la Red que: "es fundamental que entendamos los modos en que las desigualdades de genero se manifiestan en las universidades, generan violencias que se invisibilizan, naturalizan y reproducen.
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