Although clearly a small human, a Boygirl cannot be immediately defined as a male or female at first glance. Or second, even third..or even during a conversation until they choose to reveal themselves to you. Usually through their laugh, how much (or little) hair is in their face and (occasionally) whether or not a semi-formed amount of breasts are or are not present. Still, this doesn't always tell you what gender they are.
A mix of many races, they move in small yet tight packs, like unto hawks or wild dogs. They scavenge every available hangout, stand around with their heads down, eyes up, hair blocking any recognizable features in their face, minus the fact that at night, you can see small traces of gender in their bone structure, albeit to their sidekicks, iphones or the occasional Helio phone illuminating their face.
Found most likely in malls, outside of movie theaters, every and any show that plays at every and any venue as they listen to bands that only their kind has heard of.
Age ranges between 12-15. Usually, hopefully, by the time the sweet 16 comes around, they've discovered their gender. Or at least tried.
Millions also available on myspace. Obviously.
not SCENE kids.
Actual, living boygirls.
I wouldn't book my band to play a show in Fresno, California if my life depended on it, simply because the floor of the venue would be littered with small yet clearly visible packs of wild boygirls. All underage, of course.