Definition funny of Okama:

urban"Okama" (or "o-kama") is Japanese slang for "gay man", particularly in reference to very effeminate gays. The word can also mean "drag queen." It comes from the Edo-period slang for "anus" (using the word "kettle" for the butt seems to be an idea borrowed from the Portuguese.) It is not always considered insulting, and drag performers will sometimes even use it in reference to themselves. "Okage", the burnt rice that sometimes sticks to the bottom of a cooking pot, is sometimes used to refer to women like to hang out with gay or effeminate men.

urbanRyoji goes by the name "Ranka" when performing at the okama bar.

urbanN. Offensive Japanese for "fag"

urbanShinjikun, anata no kirena okamao kudasai.


Songs about Okama:

songsOkama by Vegas from the Album Okama - Single

songsMrama Da Tandi Na Nakam Sa Okama by Haroon Bacha from the Album Darman

songsOkama Is Strong by Nekozurashi from the Album Ahostractions


Books about Okama:

booksOKAMA REPORT 1 (Japanese Edition) by HIDEO YAMAMOTO (Nov 10, 2013)

booksOKAMA REPORT 4 (Japanese Edition) by HIDEO YAMAMOTO (Nov 10, 2013)

booksOKAMA REPORT 5 (Japanese Edition) by HIDEO YAMAMOTO (Nov 10, 2013)

booksOKAMA REPORT 2 (Japanese Edition) by HIDEO YAMAMOTO (Nov 10, 2013)

booksOkama White Paper 2 (Young Sunday Comics) (1990) ISBN: 4091511821 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksOkama White Paper 1 (Young Sunday Comics Special) (1996) ISBN: 4091518419 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksOkama White Paper 3 (Young Sunday Comics Special) (1997) ISBN: 4091518435 [Japanese Import] (0010)


Wiki information Okama:

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