I don’t know. But I do wish we had better language for these kinds of relationships encompassing more genders and sexualities. I sort of feel like I lost the possibility of being a fag hag when I came out. (also it’s never been my fave term)
I think there’s more of a reason why queer women can’t have this relationship to gay men, and it has to do with insiders and outsiders.
There’s something about the fag hag (I too don’t love the term, but I’m using it for clarity’s sake) as an outsider (who’s really an insider in mainstream society in respect to heterosexual privilege even as they are often social outsiders) being allowed access into the queer’s insider circle (which is really the circle of outsiders) that can’t happen when the fag hag in question is herself a queer, and therefore on equal* footing as regards to holding the secret password to the queer speakeasy, so to speak.
* Of course, it’s not truly equal, as there’s a great deal of misogyny and other kinds of grossness within the typical gay male caste system, but this is a Tumblr post and not a dissertation on levels of queerness and access to gay male circles.