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A feline who physically and psychologically dominates and abuses her partner in sadomasochistic behavior. She may sometimes play the submissive role. Latin for female ruler or mistress.
A young girl who is bound to the life of chastity for thirty years. Only females between the ages of 6 and 10 were eligible to become Vestals. Once they've completed their duties, they were released back into society and free to marry. The life of a Vestal wasn't easy. If they were found guilty of fornication or allowing the sacred fire to go out, they were buried alive as a punishment of treason.
Cover of Flying Lesbian (1963) by Del Britt. Illustration by Fred Fixler (CC)
Back in the day, women were charged with debauchery and went to prison for having uncontrollable, lusting desires. Today, it is considered a disability and you can sue your company for not allowing you to rub one off. Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD) or the Cum cum disease. 2.) Where in the land of tribalism (lesbianism) you're greeted with the conducive tongue betwixt the peace sign. Based on the Greek translation of rubbing or grinding for that desirable spark that leads to many happy endings.
She is a part of the elite, preppy bon chic bon genre (BCBG). Very uppity middle-class, equestrian life with a slight hint of bourgeois. Peter York and Ann Barr collaborated to bestow upon you the grand Official Sloane Ranger Handbook. They were often seen in high society London wearing Hermès or Liberty silk head scarves distinctively tied just below the chin (see images above).
Who wouldn't want a country-street smart-grill gleamin'-lac leanin' fella, with hood status? I'll take two, please! 2.) Nickname for a man. A proper man. 3.) A "made" member of the Mafia; soldier, wiseguy, goodfella, Man of Honor.
Rosie the Riveter
She represents the cultural feminist movement of the millions of women taking the place of men in manufacturing plants to help support the troops during World War II. This character icon, loosely based after Ms. Rose Will Monroe, sky rocketed women's economic power coining the popularized slogan: "We can do it!"