gay woman


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Noun1.gay woman - a female homosexualgay woman - a female homosexual      
butch, dike, dyke - (slang) offensive term for a lesbian who is noticeably masculine
gay, homo, homophile, homosexual - someone who practices homosexuality; having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex
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Growing up as a gay woman in a rural area, I didn't have very many role models at the time so she was pushing a lot of boundaries and challenging stereotypes and was the only voice in my life that was saying it was okay to be a gay woman.
Page has really struggled with her identity as a gay woman, so she took part in the movie "Freeheld," which is a story about two women who pushed for gay rights, but one of them died of cancer.
Summary: London [UK], June 16 (ANI): In a historic move opposing the widespread homophobia prevalent in the Balkans, a gay woman was appointed as the new Prime Minister of Serbia.
Get Me Out Of Here "I am in many ways the most gay woman who has ever lived, but I have feelings for Andy Murray which are very, very wrong.
Get Me Out Of Here I am in many ways the most gay woman who has ever lived, but I have feelings for Andy Murray which are very, very wrong Scottish comedienne Susan Calman
Piers Morgan praises his partner Susanna Reid after their first year presenting ITV's breakfast show "I am in many ways the most gay woman who has ever lived, but I have feelings for Andy Murray which are very, very wrong.
But Karen said: "As a gay woman who has experienced horrendous homophobia, I feel confused that anyone could interpret anything in the rap as homophobic.
So a gay man is attracted to men and a gay woman, a lesbian, prefers other women and they can fall in love with each other.
My children have only ever expressed pride in me as a gay woman.
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The Belgian national, who was dismissed after a year working with children aged under one, denied harassment, claiming that the gay woman approached her asking about religion and same-sex marriage.
A gay woman growing up in 1950s America, she was adamant that "kids in every minority need to see people like themselves in books; that's an acknowledgment of their existence".