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She dresses and acts in a manner that is considered conventionally feminine, and likes "feminine" things, like wearing lipstick. And actual females. Main-character lesbians on TV tend to fall into this category more often, as it's often seen as "safer", unless the show is going for "edgy". They also often have things like long fingernails, unlike [[ButchLesbian their more masculine counterpart]].

A related term is "femme". However, the implication is that, while a "femme" would be attracted to a "butch", lipstick lesbians are attracted to others of the same type. Also note that in LGBT communities, lipstick lesbians tend to be described as 'more feminine' than average straight women or whose expression of femininity is 'over-the-top'. Creator/EllenDeGeneres jokingly coined the term "chapstick lesbian" to describe those who fall somewhere in between the two extremes of "lipstick" and "butch".

The real life proportion of lesbians that are lipstick lesbians is somewhat lower than what one might expect from watching television. The reasons for this proportional over-representation can include {{Fanservice}} (because GirlOnGirlIsHot), wanting to avert the stereotype of ButchLesbian (and the UnfortunateImplications that non-heterosexuals are "[[GenderInvertedTrope gender]] [[TransEqualsGay inverted]]"), wanting to present a lesbian character that won't "intimidate" viewers, and also wanting to avoid making said lesbian character's sexuality an excessively large issue by presenting her as a person who just happens to be attracted to other women.

Related to the opposite of ButchLesbian, a high femme. Related to, and their frequent representation is perhaps a direct result of, GirlOnGirlIsHot. See SchoolgirlLesbians, another form of catering to {{Yuri Fan}}s via character type. Lipstick lesbians who don't take the "girliness" to extremes can be seen as DistaffCounterpart to the male StraightGay, while ones who do, depending on your perspective, can either be seen as counterparts to the ManlyGay (in terms of over-emphasizing the "expected" characteristics of their sex) or the CampGay (in terms of going whole-hog into "femininity").

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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Michiru Kaioh from ''Franchise/SailorMoon''; however, with her girlfriend being the more [[ButchLesbian masculine]] Haruka, some might say it would be more accurate to describe her as 'femme'. Naturally, most international dubs of the [[Anime/SailorMoon first anime]] [[DubText attempted]] [[KissingCousins to]] censor this aspect of her character.
%%* Yasuna from ''KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'', sort of. Hazumu likely counts too.
* ''Possibly'' Minto of ''TokyoMewMew'', but when she says she loves Zakuro it could mean either romantic love or just the obsessive admiration for the celebrity and OneeSama, and she's [[BiTheWay clearly into boys too]].
** On the other hand, there's no other explanation for Corina from the English dub, and unlike Minto, she [[NoBisexuals shows no interest in boys at all]].
* Lavinia from ''SoukouNoStrain''. Bunny suit, anyone? And let's not get started on episode seven.
* Akko and Mari from ''GirlFriends''. Particularly prevalent since much of the plot includes shopping for clothes, getting makeovers, and hairstyling.
* Hazuki from ''YamiToBoushiToHonNoTabibito'', who has long billowy black hair, a pretty seifuku, stunning blue eyes, and is just slightly gayer than an entire pride parade reenacting the Rocky Horror Picture Show. The object of her affections is even more feminine, though bi- or pan-sexual.
* Yamato from ''{{Loveless}}'' acts as the more "femme" of the female Zeroes, as opposed to her fighter Koya.
%%* Pretty much every [[CastFullOfGay character]] in ''LightNovel/StrawberryPanic'' except Amane.
%%* Himeko and Chikane in ''KannazukiNoMiko'' though Himeko is arguably bisexual.
%%* [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship Arguably]] [[CastFullOfGay most]] of the ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' cast.
%%* To the ''{{Pokemon}}'' fandom, [[GenkiGirl Candice]] in the anime, and games to a degree, comes off as this.
%%* ''IonoTheFanatics'' is overflowing, with Iono-sama leading the pack/harem. Actually, almost every female ever drawn by MiyabiFujieda fits in here.
* Nobara Yukinokouji from InuXBokuSS is an attractive woman who works as a bodyguard, and tells [[ShanaClone Ririchiyo]] that she would love to be in a sexual relationship with her. She also demonstrates her more feminine aspects by helping Ririchiyo with her hair in episode 3.
%%* Every lesbian in [[TheBeautifulElite the works]] of Chi-Ran.
* Ren of ''Manga/PoorPoorLips'', an out of the closet lesbian who's also every bit TheOjou.
%%* Several characters in ''QueensBlade'' count, such as Elina, and Luna Luna.
* Krista in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', if her interactions with Ymir are to be believed.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* DCComics's current {{Batwoman}} is a Lipstick Lesbian. She was 'outed' in a cunningly-written magazine interview several months before the character premiered, and her first comic appearance was [[LadyInRed in a stunning party dress]] that caused jaws to drop both in and out of the comic.
** Her portrayal changed somewhat between ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' and her stint in ''Detective Comics''. In the latter, she was established as having been in the army and wearing a wig in costume to hide her short hair.
%%* Karolina Dean of ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' qualifies as well.
* Sydney Krukowski from ''DykesToWatchOutFor'' refers to herself as femme, although the way she looks and acts isn't that different from her girlfriend Mo (who is sometimes considered {{butch| lesbian}}.)
%%* Victoria Hand
%%* Karma
%%* Moondragon
%%* Phyla-Vell
%%* Annabelle Riggs in ''Fearless Defenders''
%%* Kato in Dynamite Entertainment's modern-day ''Franchise/TheGreenHornet'' book.
%%* Thunder from ''BatmanAndTheOutsiders''.
* In the ''Bluntman and Chronic'' comics, based on the [[ShowWithinAShow Comic Book Within A Show]] of the same name from the ViewAskewniverse movies, one of their nemeses is a lesbian called the Lipstick Lesbian.
* Sarah Rainmaker, from ''{{Gen13}}'', although it took a while for her to truly come out as one. She is often actually seen attending protests and demonstrations on behalf of the LGBT community and has a tendency to lecture her teammates when they (often) fail to live up to her standards of political correctness. (Usually without much success.)
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[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* [[spoiler:Gianna]] of ''Fanfic/{{Luminosity}}'' is this to the extent that no one ''notices'' until a female vampire mate-bonds to her. This was intentional on her part, though she doesn't change at all when she gets in an open relationship.
* For [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Yoruichi and Soi Fon]] fan-fics, Yoruichi is usually portrayed as this out of the pair, at least in terms of aesthetics. In terms of personality, Soi Fon tends to be the submissive partner.
* If only by virtue of them being the [[GirlyGirl most feminine]] main characters in the show, when Fluttershy and Rarity from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' are portrayed as lesbians in fanon, they almost always fall into this characterization. Rarity more so, since she is TheFashionista.
** In FanFic/TheUnexpectedLoveLifeOfDuskShine, its [[spoiler:Celestia]].
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[[folder:Film]]
%%* Explained to the audience in ''Relax, it's just sex''.
* Judy Squires in ''BetterThanChocolate'', who is also a [[{{Transsexual}} transwoman]]. Frances, the woman she's in love with, is more of a "chapstick lesbian". Maggie, the main character, is pretty femme-y as well.
%%* Luce in ''Film/ImagineMeAndYou''.
%%* Annabelle and Simone in ''Loving Annabelle''.
%%* Emily in ''Pretty Persuasion''.
* Lucille from ''SinCity''.
-->'''Marv:''' Lucille's my parole officer. She's a dyke, but God knows why. With that body of hers she could have any man [[CompletelyMissingThePoint she wants]].
* Megan and Hilary in ''ButImACheerleader''. Megan is the titular cheerleader, and Hilary, as the product of an all-girl boarding school, is prone to clothing reminiscent of school girl uniforms.
%%* Rebecca Gillies in [[BridgetJones Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason]].
%%* Felice and Lilly in ''Aimee and Jaguar''.
%%** Though she does get into male drag on one occasion, as the real-life Felice sometimes did.
%%* Max in ''Go Fish'' (played by real-life lipstick lesbian Guinevere Turner).
%%* Evie in ''The Incredible Adventures of Two Girls in Love''.
%%* Margaret and Selina in ''Affinity''.
%%* Reena in ''Chutney Popcorn''.
%%* Paulie and Tori in ''Film/LostAndDelirious''.
%%* Nina and Lisa in ''Nina's Heavenly Delights''.
%%* Alex Fisher in ''The Women''.
%%* Danni in ''Love and other Catastrophes''.
%%* Elin in ''ShowMeLove'' (her love interest Agnes is too tomboyish to completely qualify).
%%* Linda and her friends in ''If These Walls Could Talk 2''.
%%* Violet in ''{{Bound}}''.
%%* The Amber Smith character in ''Private Parts''.
%%* Miss Blue Rain from ''{{Precious}}''.
%%* Amy and Lucy, the main couple from ''Film/{{DEBS}}'' fit this character trope. Ninotchka, Lucy's unsuccessful blind date also fits.
%%* Valerie in ''Film/VForVendetta''.
%%* Ricki from ''{{Gigli}}''.
%%* Polly from ''{{May}}''.
%%* Sheila Faxton from ''Film/{{Switch}}''
* Goth couple Medea Yarn and Hellabent from [[Film/OttoOrUpWithDeadPeople Otto; or up with dead people]] they wear long frilly dresses, make up and act very feminine all the time.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Improbably, [[LampshadeHanging as is pointed out by some of the characters - including herself]], Jacyl from ''Literature/BlackDogs''. As an elven scout she's often weeks or months on end in the wilderness with no hot baths and limited pack space, yet she needs to carry several different outfits and makeup along with her. Her former guardian remarked that he first came across her while her house was burning down and that despite this, she was attempting to save her dresses. Her partner is the ButchLesbian, Sinai.
* Felicity Worthington, from the ''[[AGreatAndTerribleBeauty Gemma Doyle Trilogy]]'', behaves like an proper Victorian girl. There are very few hints about her true sexual orientation (subtext only). However, it is revealed in ''The Sweet Far Thing'' that she is in fact a lesbian and was in love with Pippa Cross. Probably due to the attitude of the time, she views this part of her with contempt and is in the closet about it; she seems to think that this means there is something wrong with her. Pippa may be another example, although she also expresses interest in boys, so she's probably closer to BiTheWay or IfItsYouItsOkay.
%%* In the novelization of ''BaldursGate'', it was revealed that [[TheWoobie Imoen]] is one.
* In ''[[Literature/TheBeeboBrinkerChronicles Odd Girl Out]]'', published in 1957, the feminine Laura initially doesn't believe she can be a lesbian because she knows about homosexuals--"the men were [[CampGay great sissies]], and [[ButchLesbian the women]] [[ValuesDissonance wore pants]]."
* Several in Mary Renault's work: Valentine in ''Purposes of Love'', Helen in ''The Friendly Young Ladies'', Lasthenia in ''The Mask of Apollo''. Valentine, though, is bisexual, or basically straight but going through a phase. Helen, on the other hand, is more certain of her lesbianism than is her butch lover, Leo.
%%* Katherine Kopeck and Sam Saturn in Adam Christopher's ''Empire State''.
%%* Edie Bannister is a chapstick version in Nick Harkaway's ''Angelmaker''.
%%* Celeste Chalfonte and he lover Ramelle in Rita Mae Brown's ''Six of One''
* ''Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt'' has an example of this in her novel "De skandalösa", when the beautiful GirlyGirl[[spoiler: Venus Dag och Natt]] turns out to be gay.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** Willow (after she comes out in Season 4) and Tara. Willow is prone to lots of "girly" colors in her clothes, and Tara seemed to prefer dresses.
** Also [[TheScrappy Kennedy]]. She wears her hair to the middle of her back.
%%* Season 4 of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' has Gretchen [[spoiler:and Claire]]. Although this is more of an example of Lipstick bisexuals.
%%* Linda in ''{{Seacht}}''.
%%* Alex and her fiance Lisa from ''Mistresses''.
* The {{Firefly}} episode "War Stories" has [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold Inara]] taking a female client (also of the [[LipstickLesbian Lipstick]] variety). According to Kaylee, this isn't the first time. Both Inara and the client wear fancy, elegant clothing.
* ''Literature/TippingTheVelvet'' had Kitty (when she wasn't dressed as a man for her Music Hall act), Mrs. Lethaby, Florence and Zena. The protagonist Nan starts off as a lipstick lesbian but becomes increasingly butch as the story continues.
%%* Zoe Tate and most of her girlfriends from ''{{Emmerdale}}''.
%%* Edie from ''Series/SixFeetUnder''.
%%* Lana from ''{{Neighbours}}''.
%%* ''Series/BadEducation'' has [[spoiler: Miss Gulliver]].
%%* Emily and Sophia from ''Series/{{Skins}}''.
%%** And in Gen 3, [[spoiler:Mini]] is turning out to be this, or at least a Lipstick Bisexual.
%%* Binnie and Della from ''{{Eastenders}}''.
%%* Helen Stuart, Cassie Tyler, Roisin Connor and Serena Geeson from ''Series/BadGirls''.
%%* Bianca and Maggie from ''AllMyChildren''. All of Bianca's girlfriends, frankly. Even the short-haired, bisexual Lena.
%%* Angela's NewOldFlame Roxie from an episode of ''Series/{{Bones}}'' makes it clear she's never slept with a man, while Angela is more BiTheWay.
%%* Helena Cain from ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'' is on the far "chapstick" end of this (considering that she's a Goddamn ''admiral'', and a hardassed one at that, she's naturally adopted some distinctly masculine mannerisms).
%%* Jaye's sister Sharon in ''{{Wonderfalls}}''.
%%* Many characters in ''TheLWord'', which makes the occasional guest spots by real-life celebrity lesbians all the more jarring: they ''never'' look as Hollywood-feminine as the main characters.
%%** GuinevereTurner as Gaby Deveaux, Clementine Ford as Molly Kroll and Leisha Hailey as Alice Pieczecki are all as Hollywood-feminine as any of the straight or bisexual actresses on the show.
%%* Creator/LauraDern as "Susan" in the "outing" episodes of ''Series/{{Ellen}}''.
%%* Spencer and Ashley's relationship in ''SouthOfNowhere'' takes up a considerable amount of [[CharacterFocus attention]] within the show.
%%* Charlotte and Gina from ''{{Hollyoaks}}''.
%%* Jo from ''WaterlooRoad''.
%%* Urzula and Liberty from ''FootballersWives''.
%%* Simone from ''{{Passions}}''.
* DC Jo Masters from ''Series/TheBill'' has been described like this, although she doesn't really advertise it. Rather large in the chest department, she had Eddie (the male crime scene examiner) ask her on a date. She told him they'd go for a drink and she'd explain.
%%* Also Gemma Osbourne and lesbian call girl she had an affair with (played by Stacey from ''{{Hustle}}''.
%%* Serena Southerlyn of ''Series/LawAndOrder'' - though we only find this out [[SuddenlySexuality 10 seconds before she leaves the show]].
* ''OutOfPractice'', a failed show on CBS, had a central character who screamed this trope to the heavens. She dressed provocatively, threw herself at women, and couldn't open her mouth without bringing up the topic of her sexuality.
* After her coming-out storyline, Beth Jordache from ''Series/{{Brookside}}'' (played by Anna Friel) was labeled as a "lipstick lesbian" by the British media, receiving equal attention from young women and young men.
%%* Both Camille and her girlfriend in ''Series/StargateUniverse'' are this.
%%* A minor character on an episode of ''{{Reba}}'' is one.
%%* Carol in ''{{Friends}}''.
%%* One use for the Dolls in ''{{Dollhouse}}''. Also [[spoiler:Mag]] who is more of a chapstick lesbian. [[spoiler:She has something akin to a coming-out scene in the Epitaphs comic.]]
%%* Robin Gallagher from ''DesperateHousewives''.
%%* Lindsay from ''QueerAsFolk'' (played by bisexual actress Thea Gill).
%%* Susan from ''{{Seinfeld}}'' becomes this after she breaks up with George.
%%* Another case of Lipstick Bisexuals is Santana and Brittany from ''{{Glee}}''.
%%** Recent episodes have made it clear that Santana is a closeted LipstickLesbian with a rather... straight-forward way to keep her sexuality secret.
%%* [[spoiler:Angela Darmondy]] in ''BoardwalkEmpire'' turns out to be one, thought she might be more of a case of BiTheWay--she still seems to enjoy sex with [[spoiler:her husband Jimmy and has had presumably had threesomes with Mary and her husband]]. When asked if she was in love with [[spoiler:Mary]], she just replies "I was lonely."
%%* Sophie Webster and Sian Powers from ''CoronationStreet''.
%%* Josh's sister in the American version of ''[[Series/BeingHumanRemake Being Human]]''.
%%* Fiona in ''Series/{{Degrassi}}''.
%%** Paige as well, when she was with Alex.
* Thirteen on ''Series/{{House}}'' - or at least lipstick bisexual. She wears her hair long wears stylish clothing.
%%* Emily on the TV version of ''PrettyLittleLiars'', in the book series she was bisexual.
%%** Her first girlfriend Maya also qualifies, although at first she seems more BiTheWay. Paige is more of a borderline example; she has various shades of a ButchLesbian in the first season, but the following seasons give her a complete makeover including [[LongHairIsFeminine long hair]], [[HotterAndSexier more revealing outfits]] and toned down her aggresive behaviour (well, most of the time anyway), which pretty much makes her qualify too.
%%* Lauren and her girlfriend Nadia on ''Series/LostGirl''
%%* Anne on ''Series/GoOn'' lost her partner, which is why she's in the support group.
* {{ER}}'s Kerry Weaver is more of a chapstick lesbian--attractive, feminine, but short-haired and abrasive--but her companions tend to fit this trope. (With the slight exception of Sandy, who despite her decidedly feminine looks, has a unisex name, is a firefighter, and like Kerry, an abrasive personality).
%%* A surgeon who is the POI of the week and her wife both qualify for this trope in an episode of ''Series/PersonOfInterest''.
%%* [[HotScoop Lana Winters]] from ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryAsylum'' is this, as is her girlfriend [[TheLostLenore Wendy]].
%%* Parodied in ''ATouchOfCloth'' with Ann Oldman and her various girlfriends.
%%* Reporter Louise Ellison in ''Series/HellOnWheels'' was sent west at least partly to keep her away from the newspaper owners daughter.
* On {{Glee}}, Santana is a lipstick lesbian and Brittany is a lipstick bisexual. They're both cheerleaders and when out of uniform, they both prefer very feminine clothes. Santana does mention being a bit of a tomboy as a kid though.
* Lucy in ''Series/{{Dracula}}'' is a lipstick lesbian, while Lady Jayne is a lipstick bisexual. Lucy in particular wears copious amounts of ultra-feminine dresses, mostly in varying shades of pink and purple.
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%%* Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}'s Lacey and Rain occasionally hint at being this, though they generally stick to being HeterosexualLifePartners with plenty of HoYay.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
%%* Ayako from ''VideoGame/AdvancedVariableGeo''.
%%* Rain Quinn in ''FearEffect''.
* Veronica from ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''. One of her quests involves finding a dress for her to wear, completely inverting RealWomenDontWearDresses as a result.
%%* Possibly Waitress Aurora in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', a character you go onto Ferris Wheel dates with if you play as Hilda. Her Japanese conversation [[BiTheWay mentions a boy]], but the English version excludes that.
%%* Specialist Samantha Traynor in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3''.
%%* Heather from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]]''
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[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* Lambdadelta from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', the CuteWitch surrounded by pink and candy who only has eyes for fellow witch Bernkastel.
%%* The majority of cast in ''AkaiIto'', especially Yumei. Well, Tsuzura is Tomboy.
%%** Its sequel ''AoiShiro'' is all over the spectrum, from the extremely feminine Nami to the probably-transman Kohaku.
%%* [[spoiler:Misha]] from ''KatawaShoujo''.

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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* [[spoiler:Jessica [=McIntyre=]]] of ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}''. See [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/494 this strip]] which shows her with long hair and wearing earrings.
%%* Both Lia and Fiona from ''Webcomic/YuMeDream'' are definitely feminine enough to be considered Lipstick Lesbians.
* Amber from ''Webcomic/KhaosKomix'', with her perfect curls.
* Daphne from ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie''. Her girlfriend [[spoiler:Sara]] sports a look that's part ButchLesbian ( BoyishShortHair and feminine-symbol jewelry) and part LipstickLesbian (appropriately, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin lipstick]]).
** More recently, main character Penny is a Lipstick Bisexual, while the other main character (and her girlfriend) Aggie is a lesbian but [[GranolaGirl too much of a hipster]] to really count as 'Lipstick'.
* Kanaya from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', the troll's "bugging and fussing and meddling" TeamMom, is a lesbian and the only troll with an interest in fashion. Literally a LipstickLesbian in that her main weapon is a lipstick that sometimes transforms into a {{chainsaw| good}}.
%%* Araceli from ''Webcomic/OutThere''.
%%* Adharia Kuvoe of ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt''.
* Girly lesbians are the dominant type in ''Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots''. All of the major lesbian or bisexual characters are prone to curves, makeup, and girly interests. Butch lesbians exist, but they have their own hangouts (one of which Jamie visits during her ComingOutStory arc).
%%* In ''Webcomic/{{Sunstone}}'' Lisa and Ally become these and [[spoiler: Valerie, who criticized Lisa for having a girlfriend, is revealed to be this.]]
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[[folder:Web Originals]]
%%* ''DecadesOfDarkness'' has Julia Gordon. And [[spoiler:First Lady Anna Mitchell, which causes a scandal in Columbia (the US capital) and prevents her husband from reelected for a third term.]]
%%* Tatjana from the ''Literature/ChaosTimeline''.
%%* Aster from ''AnyoneButMe''. Vivian is either this or a chapstick lesbian, depending on your perspective
%%* WhateleyUniverse: Bugs (Bunny Cormick) is regarded as one of the hottest girls at a Superhero School, but is strictly lesbian. She's not the only such girl in Poe Cottage.
* Parian in ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', who is a fashion student.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Kirsten from ''RickAndSteve'', is intentionally the stereotypical LipstickLesbian. Ironically, some people ''still'' [[ViewerGenderConfusion mistake her for a man!]]
%%* Linda Memari of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' is possibly bisexual, but she seems to be far more interested in her neighbor Francine than in her husband.
%%* In one episode of "FamilyGuy", Meg poses as a Lesbian to make friends and gets involved with a girl named [[PinkMeansFeminine Sarah]].
* Discussed on an episode of ''KingOfTheHill'', where a subplot involved Hank's driver's license now saying he was a woman. Peggy's hairdresser commented that if they were a lesbian couple, Peggy would be a lipstick lesbian, which is [[VanityIsFeminine "the best kind"]].
* There has been much controversy over the possibility of lesbian subtext in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', specifically between Princess Bubblegum and Marceline. If this is to be believed, Princess Bubblegum would fit this trope.
* ''WesternAnimation/DofusTheTreasuresOfKerubim''; Simone and her virtually-confirmed girlfriend Julie are ''both'' this trope.
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