bulldyker

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bulldyker

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 bulldyker who's attracted to femmes.

bulldiker

and bull-dagger and bulldyker
n. a lesbian, especially if aggressive or masculine. (Rude and derogatory.) Some old bulldiker strutted in and ordered a beer and a chaser. She was described by her friends as a “bull-dagger,” and I can’t imagine what her enemies called her.

bulldyker

verb
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In the U.S., he has campaigned against "canned" hunting; but, in Africa, with its unstable political climate and widespread hunger, he says "wildlife uncontrolled ends up dead." What's more, some of these enclosures are massive--200,000 acres--and easily bypassed by animals like warthogs, dikers and orbis.
Margaret Riley Dikers columns appear in the National Business Employment Weekly (http://www.nbew.com/) and the careers section of The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition (http://careers.wsj.com/).
"We're all very disillusioned with all the pseudo-fame we've attained," says Scott Dikers, editor of the newspaper and Web site.
Bull Diker's Dream," also known as "The Dream," was