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Before 'gay' became common and accepted parlance, the world invented its own unofficial terms for men who dug men. Some names were self-created and others were thrust, often cruelly, upon gay, bi, and queer men. Before these words disappear forever, here is a linguistic reminder of days past. A common, mostly innocuous term of the middle of the 20th century used among gay and bi men.

An alternative: Mary Louise. Mid-century American. It can refer more to demeanor than sexual practices, but it is mildly derogatory. Played by Judy Garland in the film?

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Get it? Polite but derogatory. See the Broadway play and the film of the same name. Origin most likely the U. Said to be derived from the sounds the bugee makes when expelling air from a freshly stretched anus. Alternative: poofter. Can be as widely used as the word fuck with as many meanings. Based on the word buggery sodomy. From the U. It carries with it a rowdy feel, as it is a word straight British men tend to favor. This one denotes not only homosexuality but effeminacy. A lovely flower with a face, but also we see references to tanks used by Germans in World War II — panzies, from panzers.

OK, whatever.

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British, possibly from the gay subculture language Polari. Fruitcake can also mean a crazy person. The term came to be used mostly by German men. Also: Urning. There is still a gay touring agency called Uranian Travel. Based on a vaudeville term. The Nance was a gay burlesque character that was a staple of the times. Now considered derogatory. Liberal Party, was accused of having a homosexual affair with Norman Scott, a model above right.

This story seems fairly conflated, but amusing enough to repeat here. British they seem to have as many words for gay as Alaskans do for ice. See the films Another Country or Maurice.

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Essentially meaning that despite outward markers of male and female gender, a persons sexual nature was inverted. Popular at the late 19th and early 20th century by sexologists, but doubtfully used among the actual inverts. Maybe Radclyffe Hall used it. But Radclyffe was so hardcore. All Rights Reserved. Mary A common, mostly innocuous term of the middle of the 20th century used among gay and bi men. Light in the loafers Mid-century American. Bent Polite but derogatory. Flit s American slang popularized by J. Bugger Can be as widely used as the word fuck with as many meanings. Fairy This one denotes not only homosexuality but effeminacy.

Pansy A lovely flower with a face, but also we see references to tanks used by Germans in World War II — panzies, from panzers. Fruit, also Fruitcake British, possibly from the gay subculture language Polari. Nancy boy Based on a vaudeville term.

Pillow biter British. Invert Essentially meaning that despite outward markers of male and female gender, a persons sexual nature was inverted.

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