Cuz I’m a 21st Century Digitalboy

December 7, 2007

Digitalboy. Boy. Boy. Boy.

Filed under: General Geek — digitalboy75 @ 10:09 am

Well, its been over a week since I blogged, and one of my friends told me he wanted more posts from DigitalBoi. I had to point out the difference in a boi, and a boy. The main being ‘boi’ is what guys under 24 tend to use when describing themselves online; or otherwise by guys who are 40 pretending to be younger. I don’t even want to call myself a ‘boy’, but its so appropriate from the lyrics to Bad Religion’s 21st Century (digital boy).  So here is the definition from That’s also a site to make you laugh sometime.

. boi

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1. in the lesbian community, a young transgendered/androgynous /masculine person who is biologically female and presents themselves in a young, boyish way; a boidyke; often also identifies as genderqueer.

2. in the gay community, a young gay man;

3. in the BDSM community, someone who presents themselves in a young, boyish way and is usually a bottom/submissive;

4. an alternate spelling of boy often used by young teenage boys.

1. J doesn’t feel like s/he fits the mold of any one gender. S/he presents hirself in a young, boyish manner, and hir appearance in quite androgynous/masculine. S/he’s a boi.

2. J is a young, masculine gay male who presents himself in a boyish manner. He’s a boi.

3. Daddy’s boi and/or Mommy’s boi.

4. My teenage brother and his friends often refer to themselves as “skater bois”


1 Comment »

  1. Thanks for the new post, BOIEEEY!!!

    Comment by Jason — December 10, 2007 @ 11:08 am

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