bawán
seguidor del líder espiritual hindú Osho, cuyo nombre anterior era Bhagwan; seguidor de Osho, visto como un gurú de una secta esotérica supuestamente centrada en el sexo; persona enajenada con el sexo como medio de salvación;
cf. Osho;

"fui a una reunión de los bawanes, pero me corrí porque de ahí se iban a una parcela y me dio cosa"

,

"el Andrés habla de puro sexo, ni que fuera bawán"


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