Sex Slang

By Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

© 2007 – Routledge

224 pages

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Paperback: 9780415371803
pub: 2007-10-29
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About the Book

Are you a beaver cleaver or the office bike? Would you rather pack fudge or munch carpet? Do you content yourself with paddling the pickle as you’re still a cherry boy?

Sex Slang will not only give you 3,000 words to talk about your favourite pastimes, but also open your eyes to practices you didn’t even know existed.

All words are illustrated by a reference from a variety of sources to prove their existence. This naughty book will give you a spectacular sexual vocabulary from all over the English speaking world, as well as hours of reading pleasure.

Reviews

"Acknowledging that some of these words may offend, slang collectors Dalzell (US) and Victor (Wales) present some 3,000 words drawn from their New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2005). Entries on terms from "anal" to "zooms" feature the UK spelling except for foreign and pidgin words, a concise definition, country of origin, and dated citation. Highlighted boxes feature synonyms and related terms for selected words. Offensive perhaps, but certainly educational!" -- Book News Inc., August 2008

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments Preface 0-9 Slang A-Z Slang Thematic boxes: Penis Erect penis Flaccid penis Testicles Semen Vagina Labia Vulva Pubic hair Clitoris Breasts Nipple and nipples Buttocks Anus/rectum Promiscuous person Masturbation Orgasm Oral sex Group sex, sex with multiple partners Anal sex S&M words Prostitute Male prostitute Prostitute's customer Pimp Brothel Sexually transmitted infections

About the Authors

Tom Dalzell is a lawyer who moonlights in an extremely serious way as a slang collector and author. Terry Victor is not only a slang collector but also an actor, broadcaster, writer and director.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAN000000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / General
LAN014000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Reference
REF008000
REFERENCE / Dictionaries