Ladycent refers to the lower, female value of the dollar.
Based on the current gender pay gap wherein a woman earns 77 cents for every dollar a man makes--for the same work.
Used like the term "dog years" would be, except to describe monetary situations instead of time.
Hey girl, congratulations on the new job! You’re making $65,000? Wow, that’s like $80,000 in mandollars! Too bad they're paying you in ladycents.
Working in publishing is so annoying—the whole industry is paid in ladycents!
If only my bills were charged in ladycents, I’d save 23% without even having to cut back! It would be like paying no taxes at all!
My husband was appalled by their salary offer—he didn’t realize they were expecting to pay me in ladycents, but of course that’s the industry standard.
So the salary range is $45-$55K? Is that in mandollars or ladycents?