Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


1. The vagina . Usage in this sense dates back to the 1950s. See vagina for synonyms.

2. In porno movie-making, a full-screen close-up of the female star's genitalia .

3. In the pink , in excellent health or spirits.

4. From Rosalie Maggio, The Dictionary of Bias-Free Usage (1991): ' From babyhood onward, this color has traditionally been associated with girls/women. (...) According to European legend, girl babies were found inside pink roses (the same legend situated newborn boys in blue cabbage), thus giving rise to the pink-for-girls "rule" and reinforcing the blue-for-boys .'

See Also: 175, 175er, black triangle, closet queer, copulate, dark star, difficult brown, doll house, easy pink, Fuck me gently!, gay lib, gay liberation, gay rights, HPV, human papilloma virus, Hundred-And-Seventy-Fiver, Jack and Jill, lavender, park the pink cadillac, pink, pink bits, pink bus, pink cadilac, pink flaps, pink oboe, pink surprise, pink torpedo, play stinky-pinky, primary syphilis, sex skin, tossing pink salad, tossing the pink salad, upchuck, winker

Quotes Containing pink:
Edward (Eddie Cantor) kissing Sally at the end of Strike Me Pink (1936): - Sally Eilers: ''Where did you learn to kiss like that?'' - Eddie Pink: ''I used to play a bugle for the boyscouts.''
Violet (Lily Tomlin) to Judy (Jane Fonda) and Dora Lee (Dolly Parton) in 9-to-5 (1981): ''Let''s face it , we''re in a pink-colored ghetto.''
Delores Del Ruby (Lorraine Bracco) about The Countess (John Hurt) in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993): ''Look at him, perverse as a pink pickle .''
Andie Walsh (Molly Ringwald) in Pretty in Pink (1986): 'If somebody doesn't believe in me I don't believe in them.'
Andrew Wyke (Laurence Olivier) and Milos Tindle (Michael Caine) in Sleuth (1972): ''I''m in the pink of condition. I could copulate for England at any distance.''
Skip tracer Tommy Novak (Clint Eastwood) and his prisoner Lou Ann McGuinn (Bernadette Peters) dressed in flaming red in Pink Cadillac (1989): - Tommy:'If you don't mind my saying so you look dressed-to-kill tonight, Miss McGuinn.' - Lou Ann:'No, I'm dressed to torture . Killing is too good for you.'

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