fagling

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

fag +‎ -ling

NounEdit

fagling (plural faglings)

  1. (vulgar, offensive, sometimes derogatory) A young male homosexual.
    • 1996 December 24, Michael Thomas, “Re: The Christmas Bell”, in soc.motss, Usenet[1]:
      You're behaving like a young fagling who has discovered gay sex, and therefore thinks he has nothing more to discover about his gayness.
    • 1997 July 5, You Rang? [username], “Re: Judy”, in soc.motss, Usenet[2]:
      Compelled? I like this idea. Like those re-education camps in Vietnam. We line all the young faglings up and force them to watch The Harvey Girls over and over and over again. And The Pirate! And Meet Me in St. Louis! And Judy singing "Liza, Liza Minelli" on national television to her seemingly less than thrilled but always professional daughter.
    • 2005 February 25, Mike McKinley, “Re: The Boys in the Band (the movie)”, in soc.motss, Usenet[3]:
      I was a tender young fagling of sixteen when I saw it on a double-bill with _The Gay Deceivers_ in 1970.

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