dykon

dykon

(ˈdaɪkɒn)
n
slang a celebrity much admired by lesbians
[C21: from dyke2 + icon]
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This principle was applied by the Federal Court to claims based on sexual orientation in Dykon v Canada.
The first part of this analysis characterized lang's early, kinetic charisma as a rhetoric of folly; in this section I consider her recent years as secular dyke icon or dykon.
The word dykon illustrates Burke's perspective by incongruity, which he defines as "[a] method for gauging situations by verbal 'atom cracking.
Garney Construction, Kansas City Dykon Blasting Corp.
Dykon Explosives is readying the stadium for implosion.
Susan Sarandon fondly remembers her love scene from The Hunger with Catherine Deneuve at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's tribute to the French dykon
Angelina is not only a dykon but an openly bisexual woman, unlike Michelle Rodriguez, who will not address her sexual orientation.
lang (Nonesuch): I recently fell in love all over again with the legendary dykon after her stunning Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies performance in Vancouver this past February, and this recently released retrospective was just what I was looking for to enjoy some of the greatest vocals of her career.
I asked my friend, comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer, her thoughts on what made Angelina a dykon then and whether she still is one now.
Chris thinks Michelle Rodriguez ("lips for days") is poised to dethrone Angie as the dykon of record.
Grier may have reaffirmed her icon status with the success of Jackie Brown, but it wasn't until 2004 that she became a bona fide dykon by taking a chance on a risky Showtime project, The L Word.
If you want the grrls to swarm all over you like bees on Idgie from Fried Green Tomatoes, you've got to come up with a name that says Dykon.