Of or relating to homosexual women or to homosexuality in women
a lesbian relationship
A homosexual woman
a female homosexual
of or relating to or characterized by homosexual relations between woman
a resident of Lesbos
Lesbian is a term most widely used in the English language to describe sexual and romantic desire between females."Lesbian", , Second Edition, 1989. Retrieved on January 7, 2009. ...
An inhabitant of Lesbos; A homosexual woman; Of or pertaining to the island of Lesbos; Homosexual
(Lesbianism) Some readers also point out the lesbian theme in the latter half of the book, when Esther discovers that her friend Joan is gay, and remembers a story of two women students who were dismissed from her university when they were found in a bedroom together, although they were only ...
(Lesbians) Women who form their primary loving and sexual relationships with other women. Some lesbians prefer to call themselves "lesbians" and use the term "gay" to refer to gay men. Others use the term "gay" to refer to all homosexuals.
A woman who is emotionally, romantically, sexually and relationally attracted to other women.
A woman whose primary sexual and affectional orientation is toward people of the same gender.
women feel sexual and/or romantic attraction mostly to other women.
Gay, Bisexual and Transidentified Association, Queen's. This organization is dedicated to helping gay, lesbian, bisexual and transidentified individuals inside or outside Queen's to live openly and positively with their sexual orientation. ...
A woman who is physically and/or emotional attracted is to other women. Some lesbians may prefer to identify as gay or as gay women.
as every schoolboy knows, "lesbian" owes its derivations to the Greek poet Sappho, who lived on the island of Lesbos. Still a perfectly acceptable term, even according to the government.
A woman who most men hate because she does exactly what they want her to do but won’t let them watch.
A term used to describe women who are homosexual.
Female-identified people that have emotional, physical and/or sexual attractions to other female-identified people.
n (woman who loves women) lesbaninoPIV,RV,TVE, samseksemulino, gejinoPIV, lesboRV,TVE, sapfismulinoPIV, safismulinoTVE; adj lesbaRV
a term which refers to women who are emotionally and/or sexually attracted to people of the same sex. (It should be noted that some women do not like the term lesbian, and prefer to describe themselves as gay.)
(noun): acceptable in some video entertainment; otherwise: a woman who refuses to go out on a date with a Republican male.
a common and acceptable word for female homosexuals only; a name taken from the island of Lesbos where Sappho, the great women-loving poet of 600 BC lived. Most women-loving women adopt this name with pride.
Of or relating to females who experience a sexual attraction toward, and responsiveness to, other females.
One who identifies as a woman who is primarily and/or exclusively attracted to others who identify as women.
This word is much kinder in origin, stemming from the home of the Greek lyric poet Sappho of Lesbos. Apparently this Sappho was an earlier female homosexual, and thus the term sapphic originates with her as well.
A homosexist term for gay females.
Describes a female who is attracted to members of the same gender.