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Thursday, October 8, 2020

Topsy Turvy Trollops


Today's theme is topsy turvy trollops.  (Try saying that really fast five times.  Well actually, I just did, and it wasn't that hard.  Oh, well.)  We start with one of several likely AMG shots in today's group.

 

6 comments:

  1. I don't think this is from AMG. I just don't get that Bob Mizer vibe from it. Maybe Calafran?

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    1. I see what you mean. Maybe somebody will chime in and confirm. Thanks.

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  2. This is the only photo in the bunch where the models have any idea of what to do. They are hilarious.

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  3. Jerry – I am interested in your use of the word “trollop”. I have seen it on your blog several times but nowhere else in a gay male context. There are various well-known dictionary definitions about sexually promiscuous women, but never about men. I have looked into this and I cannot find the word “trollop” in the British gay slang Polari or its US equivalent. Don’t get me wrong, this is not a criticism. I like the word “trollop” but I am interested to know more about its origin and use in gay male subculture.

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    1. It's not, to my knowledge, a common usage for men, gay or otherwise. My late partner and I used it as an "inside joke" after we heard an obscure poem (song lyric?) on the radio in the UK called "The Galloping Trollop from Nether Wollop." Don't bother googling that. Nothing turns up. Nether Wallop is a village somewhere in Hampshire.

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