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On 'buddy', in the UK this is considered an American term, and is used for example at universities or clubs each new student gets assigned an existing member as a 'buddy'. You could say something like "sis" for sister or "girl". Alternatively you could use "BFF" (best-friend-forever) or "best friend".
Ultimately however I think your best choice is to use the gender-neutral "friend".
The wording "What does" is much more common and natural. EDIT: If you're just looking for a term, a reference, you could call someone your "pal".
Not because I am a feminist or anything, I simply feel those words express my character - and that matters more to me than concern with the appropriateness of the context.
Naturally though, I wouldn't speak to polite company so colloquially.
After John and Carrie have sex for the first time, we see that John has a tattoo on his right arm and nothing on his left arm.
During their second date, in one scene when John climbs on Carrie, his tattoo is shifted to his left arm.