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See also: fläta
flata m, f
Recorded since at least the 1960s, where it occurs in Haldo Gibson's slang dictionary. Probably derived from flat (“flat”), alluding to an unwomanly body shape.
- absolute singular definite and plural form of flat
Declension of flata
- Flata has previously been a highly offensive slur towards homosexual women, but has been used by the gay rights movement as a self-descriptive in order to reclaim and de-stigmatize the term. See also bög, "gay, fag, queer, poof".