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Introduction / Summary (2018): Hello and welcome to our Sexuality pages. While this is not a pornographic site, it is provocative - founded upon what people search on the Internet (which is very interesting!). We then relate this to our biological and cultural evolution.
Sex is obviously important to people - and if you want to improve your sexual relationships then knowing the truth about our human evolution is the best foundation. By opening our minds to a greater diversity of behaviors, this knowledge will help you creatively cultivate healthy pleasurable moral attitudes and sexy smutty relationships (free from religious guilt & cultural myths).
Support an open honest discussion on the truth of our sexual evolution and behaviour. If you support sex positive, moral, informed sexual behaviour please share this knowledge. (These pages have a diverse collection of fascinating information relating to our human sexual evolution so people will appreciate it - see our 'nice letters' page!).
Sincerely, Karene.

"It is not enough to conquer; one must learn to seduce." (Voltaire) - "Desire is the essence of a man." (Spinoza)

Sexual Slang & Adult Language
Sex Dictionaries & Definitions of Boobs, Tits, Pussy, Milf, Hand job, Fuck, Doggy Style, Cock, Dick, 69, Blow Job, Ass, Lolita, Wanking ...

Prudery's first line of defence is the regulation of speech. Feelings of shame and guilt about the organs of sex tend to become closely associated with the words that are used for these things. These words become taboo. (Peter Fryer, 1963)

 

Hello. Thanks for visiting our evolutionary philosophy of human sexuality pages. We are currently researching good quality sites relating to our biological and cultural sexual evolution - as a way of collecting and presenting the most important / latest knowledge and research.

Below you will find summaries of articles & websites on Sexual Slang & Language, i.e. definitions and sex dictionaries, history, knowledge and use of slang, impact of technology on language (SMS), the relationship of 'swear words' to sex & gender, romantic euphemisms, sexual satire and bawdy poetry, arousal, power and the psychological effects of language.
Compared with other search terms, 'sex slang' in itself gets relatively few searches (though many people use slang / abbreviations when searching sex on the internet). An interesting aspect of my work collecting search data has been learning new slang terms and their popularity. eg. milf - mothers i'd like to fuck.
It is also interesting that the most insulting slang we use tends to be sexually related (e.g. 'You fucking cunt'). We assume this relates to the strong emotive power that these words have, which in turn is related to our strong primitive sexual instincts that these words refer to.

The top sex slang searches are;
porn (200,000), milf (150,000), boobs (130,000), pussy (100,335), tits (80,000), xxx (70,000), babes (50,000), lolita (48,001), preteen (40,933), ass (40,463), fuck (37,000), blow job (35,000), porno (31,091), teen (30,632), cum (22,064), bush (20,487), doggy style (20,000)

We hope you find the following articles & websites interesting, informative, stimulating, useful and fun.
Karene


Gender and Sexism: Knowledge and Use of Slang

Slang is a nonstandard vocabulary belonging to a particular culture or subculture. It consists of raw and unrefined expressions, many of which are considered taboo, vulgar, and derogatory. In fact, slang terms are more commonly used than standard words when referring to sexual attraction, acts, and relationships (Flexher, 1975).
American English is particularly rich in slang. Despite the large number of slang expressions that the average American knows, and the frequency with which slang expressions are used, the knowledge and use of slang has received little empirical attention. The neglect of slang as a topic for research may be the result of several factors, such as the belief that slang use changes rapidly or that slang is not 'standard' language. However, research concerning the knowledge and use of slang is important. For example, the study of slang terms describing men and women, the topic of the present study, can offer insights into how the sexes are viewed and, perhaps, treated within a particular culture.

The notion that slang has traditionally been a male domain perhaps explains the conclusion shared by numerous scholars and researchers that there are more sexual and derogatory expressions describing women than men. One analysis of the English language found 220 expressions for a sexually promiscuous woman compared to merely 22 idioms to describe the male counterpart (Stanley, 1977). Miller and Swift (1976) agreed that English contains more insulting and sexual words aimed at women than men.' (from their website)

Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, July, 1997 by Aryn L. Grossman, Joan S. Tucker


Offensive Language: Religion, Taboo & Sexual Slang

From the essay: 'The earliest recorded linguistic taboos are Middle English blasphemies such as 'slids' ('God's eyelids') and 'sfoot' ('God's foot'). It is interesting that these early curses were related to parts of God's body - the eyelids and feet - as contemporary swearing has become secularised though bodily taboos have remained: from eyelids and feet we have moved to erogenous zones such as 'cunt', 'cock', 'tits', and 'ass'.

Whilst the church exercised considerable power over society in the Middle Ages, its authority diminished following the Reformation of the sixteenth century. With this revolutionary iconoclasm came a reduction in the potency of religious profanity, thus, for example, the insulting term 'devil' was significantly weakened.
The transition from religious to secular swearing changed the boundaries of linguistic taboo. Religious curses ('damn') were replaced by taboos relating to bodily functions such as sexual intercourse ('fuck') and excretion ('shit'). In the twentieth century, these in turn were joined by new taboos relating to 'politically incorrect' language, including homophobic ('queer'), sexist ('bitch'), and racist ('nigger') abuse.

... The direct influence of religion on the lives of the population has steadily decreased, though its indirect influence remains substantial. ... Sex is now, according to JC Flugel, 'the most taboo-ridden of all subjects in the modern world' (Eli M Oboler, 1974). One method of social regulation is through language, thus the lexicon of sex is tabooed in order to repress sex itself: 'Prudery's first line of defence is the regulation of speech. Feelings of shame and guilt about the organs of sex [...] tend to become closely associated with the words that are used for these things. These words become taboo' (Peter Fryer, 1963).'

https://www.matthewhunt.com/website/cunt/index.html


The Social Acceptability of Sexual Slang: Functions of Biological Sex and Psychological Gender

From the essay: 'A study explored the social acceptability that accompanies the expression of sexual slang. The study of gender differences in language use is nothing new. Previous research has indicated that men and women differ in their use of tentative language, topic selection, control techniques, and conversational style. However, this research has examined differences due to male and female biological sex, and has not examined differences due to psychological gender. The subjects were, 49 male and 92 female undergraduate students.
Results indicated that, for the most part, neither biological sex nor psychological gender accounted for differences in the social acceptability of sexual slang. Findings suggest that men and women are moving toward a universal use of sexual slang.

https://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED389017


Language, Gender and Identity: A Social, Cultural and Psychological Study

From the essay: 'The resistance of women to being treated as a minority group is believed to have led to the discovery of distinct male and female subcultures which in turn resulted in differences in women’s and men’s speech (i.e. gender-differentiated linguistic styles).

This study looked at the relationship between sex and language by examining the writings of one hundred and forty-four female and male undergraduate students in the English Department of the University of Lagos, Nigeria. It aimed at discovering how their sense of female or male identity is linguistically expressed. All 144 students were questioned regarding their choice of words/language and their attitudes towards language in terms of its relevance in defining their personal and socio cultural identity, using open-ended questionnaires. Their speech and writing were analysed in relation to the use of obscenities or swearing, slang and alternative names for women/men (or lady/young man).
The study adopted two main approaches to gender differences (the dominance approach and the difference approach) in explaining the differences in the linguistic styles of male and female undergraduates.

F. F. Ademola-Adeoye
https://www.staff.hum.ku.dk/smo/smo2/Abridged-Feyi-art-fr.htm


A Study of Gender Directed Insults

From the website: 'College students, 107 females and 57 males, were asked to give single-word or phrase responses to four questions about the 'worst thing' a member of each sex can call a member of the same or the opposite sex. The resulting 134 different words and phrases were sorted into seven categories by peer raters and a series of chi-square analyses were performed. With minor exceptions, no sex differences in responses were found, but highly significant differences were found in insults attributed to and by the two sexes. For example, insults referring to sexual looseness were said to be directed almost exclusively toward women, and those referring to homosexuality almost exclusively toward men, but only by other men. Results suggest that male and female college students agree on some stereotypic differences between men and women in the giving and receiving of verbal attack.'

Kathleen Preston and Kimberley Stanley. Department of Psychology, Humboldt State University, 95521 Arcata, California

https://www.springerlink.com/content/u41rx10527416n16/


A Study of Human Sexuality: Language & Evolution

From the essay: 'We adopt a two-pronged approach to individual differences in sexuality by combining the strengths of the lexical approach with the theoretical lens of evolutionary personality psychology (Buss, 1991). Individual differences in sexuality take on supreme importance in evolutionary perspective because of their close links with reproduction and their consequences for solutions to specific adaptive problems of mating.
Although we view the lexical approach as limited in certain respects as a sole approach to personality, it has the strength of identifying important domains of individual differences that might be overlooked by a purely top-down theoretical approach. Furthermore, since sexuality appears to be an especially important topic in everyday social life - judging from the content of gossip; the consumption of tabloids; and the themes in soap operas, songs, novels, operas, and plays - we would expect that the natural language would be a rich source of terms to describe individual differences in sexuality.
Indeed, this seems to be the case. Based on examinations of various general sexuality references we uncovered many sexuality terms within the English lexicon. The English language seems to possess numerous individual adjectives that describe variations in sexuality, including many synonym clusters that reflect important evolutionary aspects of human mating psychology.'

https://homepage.psy.utexas.edu/Homepage/Group/BussLAB/pdffiles/sexual%20dimensions-2000-jrp.pdf


Sexual Satire, Adult Language, Slang & Profanity

From their website: 'You can never have enough obscenity, slang and profanity ... For your pleasure and edification we offer the very best the Web has to offer.

Topics include a variety of interests - sexual language, word origins, etymology, profanity, sexual satire and parody, rude humor, free speech, and freedom of sexual expression.'

https://www.bawdylanguage.com/links.shtml


The Sex Dictionary: 69, Ass, Doggy Style, MILF etc

Free dictionary of sexual words. Good definitions, impressive list of adult language.

Online form available to send content, improve definitions.

https://www.thesexdictionary.com/


Urban Dictionary: Sexual Slang

Urban Dictionary is a slang dictionary written by its users. 'Define your world'.

Definitions of many sexual terms such as 'pussy, milf, dick, fuck, ass, boobs' etc.

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=sex


Breasts, Tits, Boobs or Jugs? Sex Slang and Women

Humorous and informative article about different slang terms for Women's breasts. Tits, Boobs, Jugs, Hooters, Rack, Chest, Headlights, Fun Bags etc.

https://www.harpold.com/500/paddock/00000174.html


The Pussy List: Nearly 800 Slang Words for Vagina

From the website: 'For a several years, I've been collecting synonyms for the part of a woman's anatomy that I find especially endearing. There are several hundred of them here, and I can't say that I really understand some of them, but I've been told they are real. A few of these synonyms aren't very flattering, but most of them aren't that bad, and some of them are very nice indeed.'

https://www.asstr.org/%7Epoisoniv1/pussy.html


Masturbation Slang / Synonyms: Hand Job, Wank etc

From the website: 'The largest collection of masturbation slang words on the internet. You can use the Random Masturbation Synonym Generator (each time you click the 'Do Me' button, it automatically spurts out a new masturbation euphemism. There are over 150,000 possible phrases). Or browse the original long list of 1700 masturbation synonyms - search by male, female or foreign language.'

https://www.worldwidewank.com/synonyms.html


Romantic Sexual Slang for the Penis (Cock, Dick)

A list of Penis euphemisms from romantic novels. For example:

'His aching bulge, aroused flesh, bulging erection, eagerness, engorged flesh, fullness, hard male heat, hot, iron-hard tumescence, love's sweet arrow, pulsating manhood, swollen flesh, virile masculinity ...'

https://home.epix.net/%7Ejlferri/penis.html


Adult Slang: Variations of Male Fucking

From the website: 'The following sexual acts and descriptions are part of a fad that has run through the internet, that of coming up with the most terms for whatever extreme things you could do in bed with your partner. Most of them were born with the 21st century but some are decades old. They are generally crude, rude, and nasty to women; if you find them that way, don't do them. Thank you.'

https://www.rotten.com/library/sex/rolodex-of-love/



 


 


Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation.Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation. ... The primitive stages can always be re-established; the primitive mind is, in the fullest meaning of the word, imperishable. ... Mans most disagreeable habits and idiosyncrasies, his deceit, his cowardice, his lack of reverence, are engendered by his incomplete adjustment to a complicated civilisation. It is the result of the conflict between our instincts and our culture. (Sigmund Freud)






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