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  • n. One who lives an alternative lifestyle all the time, not just occasionally.


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lifestyle +‎ -er


  • "lifestyler" furs, therians, and other extensions of the community, simply because I don't know enough to speak intelligently about their needs.

    The Bilerico Project

  • Make them actually pay for their ideals, they'll snitch, squeal and cry as they run like a bunch of rabbits released at a fursuit lifestyler convention.


  • The important distinction here, however, is that what constitutes “sex” for a lifestyler may not include intercourse or oral sex, but may focus instead on pain-play, bondage, head-play, and other erotic games.

    Come Hither

  • “Being in the lifestyle” is not the same as “being a lifestyler,” because someone “in the lifestyle” or “in the life” could be single or otherwise uninvolved in a full-time SM relationship.

    Come Hither

  • You will know if you are a lifestyler when you begin to gain some real-life experience.

    Come Hither

  • Hayes 'identity as a BDSM lifestyler and his identity as a pagan "in his view are intertwined," Waddell said.


  • "His identity as a BDSM lifestyler means that he not only participates in BDSM activities, but that BDSM practice is a core part of his identity and being," she said.


  • Waddell explained to the tribunal that her client identifies as a BDSM lifestyler.


  • Are you the apathetic lifestyler or join the green machine?

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  • Whether you are a veteran active-lifestyler or a novice, the organization's educational programs are amazingly thorough. - Local News


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  • A new OED word. One who moves to the countryside in search of a simpler, slower lifestyle.

    March 13, 2009