1. Angel food (n.) – homosexual male pilot currently serving in the Air Force.
2. Basket shopping (v.) – when cruising or checking someone out, British term refers to examining the object of your affection’s private areas through their clothing.
3. Beat (adj.) – extremely wonderful or great, “fabulous.” Example: “Did you see her at the club tonight? That look was beat.”
4. Bulldagger (n.) – a masculine woman, closely related to “butch lesbian.” Also see: “Diesel lesbian,” term referring to queer women who look like truck drivers.
5. Chapstick lesbian (n.) – queer identified woman who is sporty and athletic. The word denotes that she’s the not the type to wear makeup (ala a “lipstick lesbian”) and goes for a more natural look.
6. Chicken (n.) – a young homosexual male seeking older men; see also: Chicken hawk, referring to an older gay male looking for younger partners.
7. Cottaging (v.) – British slang for hooking up in public restrooms.
8. Donald Duck (n.) – a homosexual male who is dishonorably discharged from the Navy for their sexuality; see also: “Dishonorable Discharge,” or masturbating solo after trying to pick someone up and failing.
9. Doris Day (n.) - 90s South African slang for Gay Pride. Example: “The gays will march on Doris Day.”
10. Eyeball queen (n.) – person who derives pleasure from watching others engage in intercourse.
11. Fanny bellhop (n.) – gay male employed by the hospitality industry, such as a concierge or a bellhop at a hotel.
12. Fish and chips (n.) – pejorative 90s British slang for the spouse and children of a married “heterosexual” lover.
13. Full house (n.) – term used to denote having more than one Sexually Transmitted Infection at once.
14. Girl scout (n.) – military man on leave, currently seeking sex.
15. Grimm’s fairy (n.) – often used to describe an aging gay male, similar to “auntie”
16. Hetty (n.) – shortened version of the word “heterosexual,” similar to “hetero” or “het.”
17. Horatian (n.) – from the late 19th century, term used at Oxford amongst Lord Byron and his compatriots to refer to a bisexual person; see also: “Gillette blade,” referring to a bisexual female.
18. Hoyden (n.) – slang from Britain in the 16th century to refer to an untameable, wild woman or a tomboy.
19. Ice cream (n.) – someone so sweet that you have the desire to lick them.
20. In sisters (n.) – two effeminate gay men who have an intimate but non-sexual relationship, usually best friends.