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Reisman Articles | Posted: January 28, 2014

254 'boy words'

By Judith Reisman and Eunice V. Ray
WorldNetDaily, November 14, 2000

Those debating whether homosexuals should be scout leaders should take a look at the dictionary to help decide whether or not homosexuals have an inordinate interest in young boys. Or is it really as gay rights leaders say -- they just labor in young boys' best interests. Let's look it up and see if pederasts (men who sexually assault boys) comprise just a small cadre within the much larger male homosexual population.

The dictionary I am talking about is not in your local library. There, molester may be the only word "straights" would think of for men who sexually assault boys. No, I am talking about "The Queens' Vernacular" (QV), which is advertised as, "Everyman's dictionary to the gay underworld" and the "current language of a very large group of people who are members (part or full-time) of the homosexual community." In the QV there are 254 words for boys, most of these involve men sexually abusing boys.

Think about it. A dictionary has many words with subtle nuances for that which is important and fewer words for the obvious or trivial. Noah Webster collected 12,000 new words describing the governmental differences between America and Britain for his 1828 American Dictionary, which displaced Johnson's English dictionary. In "The Queens' Vernacular," anthropologist Bruce Rodgers also collected 12,000 words which describe the essential differences between "gays" and "straights." Yes Virginia, gays have their own 12,000 word dictionary because "straight" language cannot describe their world. It is really that different.

When homosexuals debate Boy Scouts they mean something very different than those relying on Webster's dictionary. According to Rodgers' authoritative homophile lexicon, "Boy Scout" and "boys" are defined in the following ways:

Boy-scout queen: (sexually experimenting boy scouts who fear giving a response); one who pretends to snooze as he is f--ed or s--ed off.

But, is QV an esoteric, unknown vocabulary? Here is what homophile leaders have to say. The 420 page "Long Road To Freedom: The Advocate History of the Gay and Lesbian Movement" (1994) reports that:

The Queens' Vernacular ... firmly remains a form of homosexual slang. ... To gay men ... something of a secret code ... in a hostile culture (emphasis added).

Writing in his anthology of homosexual "dictionaries and glossaries," Wayne Dynes, editor in chief of the "Encyclopedia of Homosexuality," notes that QV is the foremost gay lexicon, "reissued without change as Gaytalk." "The Joys of Gay Sex" authors Silverstein and White and Dennis Altman in "The Homosexualization of America" say amen to that!

Rodgers writes that his microcultural analysis required:

years of interviews with hundreds of informants ... revealing the common speech of a traditionally oppressed minority. ... It is a book about words ... agreed-upon symbols for recognizing things and actions. ... We use words to give expression to our thoughts about our experience. ... The Queens' Vernacular demonstrates the imagination, subtlety, humor, self-pity and downright masochism with which gay people have forged the common language into a means of communicating their experience.

These authors happened upon QV while conducting research on "Partner Solicitation Characteristics as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation" (Judith Reisman and Charles Johnson, 1995). So what are some uniquely gay words for boys? Well remember this; boys are the largest -- most important -- thematic category in the QV/"Gaytalk." Following is a small sample of the 254 "gay" words for boys, described as "chicken." Chicken is the primary QV term; it clearly implies that boys are for consumption:

Chicken: a young recruit; any boy under the age of consent, heterosexual, fair of face and unfamiliar with homosexuality.

Freshly killed: (butchered) recently introduced to a- f--ing. "See how bowlegged that chicken walks -- looks like he was freshly killed in the hayloft."

Pluck some feathers: rip off a drumstick; skin some chicken.

Head and heels: describing physical allurement, despite extreme youth, but too young or small to know what to do in bed: he must be helped by someone more experienced who will clasp the boy by his head and heels to lift him onto the c--.

Jail tail: any boy below the age of consent with whom sex merits a stretch in the pen.

Egg: a male child too young to be sexually developed and therefore considered neuter. Syn: bibette; peepee meat; yo-yo. Related terms: egg-sucker, a cradle robber; man who likes very young boys. Syn: peepee lover. ... "Anything older than ten is over the hill to a peepee lover". ... "(R)eady to crack open," said of a boy on the verge of puberty. Also see chicken.

Cupcake: young girlish boy, though not necessarily gay ... cupcakes; small but rounded buttocks, most temptingly found on narrow hipped boys. Syn: English Muffins; hone rolls; hot cross buns; rounders. "Ask that kid with the rounders if he'd be interested in joining in an ancient Greek initiation rite."

Bait: attractive, young male in league with the police or criminal element to entrap homosexuals into performing an act of sex in a public place. "Be careful of that tearoom ... there's usually some bait positioned around the throne-room."

Benny house bordello: featuring young boys for its homosexual customers. Syn: boy's smoking house; fag factory, flower house ... sugar loaf; a kept boy; sugar babe, talent; young attractive boys; talent scout, person recruiting what he considers promising young boys.

Peter Pan: 1. superboy; 2. young hustler who charges an arm and leg for f--ing; 3. a winsome boy hired to act as bait to entrap prominent homosexuals. Syn: worm for the hook.

Poultry dealer: man who pimps boys to interested homosexuals. ...

Professional guest: kept boy who doesn't put out for his host. Syn: fresh fruit; freshly butchered; freshly killed; fresh meat; fresh one; fresh piece; fried chicken f--ing boy; gay lad; gay milk bar; half-boy; kept boy; rent boy; roundeye (if the lad is still a virgin, anally, he is called a kewpie doll); punk; gal-boy; girl-boy; green boy; kid; pussy boy; sex boy; youngster to be active in force-f--ng; to emasculate another man figuratively, etc.; praising a young, little, firm body, "I did this hitchhiker I picked up -- he sure was a cute, little, tight thing."

Sexteenager: young man who tries out homosexuality, see chicken. Syn: come-on boy; decoy(er); fairy hawk ... angel with a dirty face; babette; baby; baby buggy; baby butch; baby Crockett; baby discovers; baby paste; baggage-boy; bait; bait the hook ... Barbie dogs; young action; young enough to get under the gate ... youngster ... young stuff, youthos.

And on and on, for over a hundred more such terms. This lingo is absent from all normal national dictionaries -- for now. And, no Virginia, affectionate, non-sexual or helpful words for boys did not exist.

It is fair to say that Rodger's 12,000 word QV lexicon supports Webster's statement -- that language grows among the common people, and that it is the common language which most accurately describes that group's beliefs, conduct, hopes, legal and political aspirations.

In 1828, Webster explained his "new vocabulary directly reflected the American philosophy of government ... (t)he Christian concept of individual liberty and property established under the Constitution." So too is Rodger's "new vocabulary directly related to the (homosexual) philosophy of government." In 254 words, this "traditionally oppressed minority" would legalize access to any age boys ("chickens") for sex.

So, the homosexual view of "life, individual liberty and property" is radically subversive of the document known as the Declaration of Independence. The QV should inform the debate on the Boy Scouts, age of consent, affectional and sexual orientation and a wide array of "gay" programs which would eliminate the constraints of American law. As in "The U.N. Rights of the Child," sexual psychopathic zealots would have children become free agents, emancipated from their parents' legal protections and controls. This was exactly what Alfred C. Kinsey, the father of the sexual and gay rights revolutions, planned to occur in the second half of the 20th century.

Let's come to terms in the debate. Look it up! Go get the homosexual dictionary and really learn what homosexual leaders -- including legislators, judges, prosecuting attorneys -- mean when they use their 12,000 word "secret code" among themselves. The real "gay" language exposes the well-hidden, vulnerable underbelly of the homosexual political agenda. As parents' rights to rear and protect their children are destroyed to make room for more and more homosexual "civil rights," these sexual revolutionaries celebrate, making their way, classroom by classroom, toward legal access to all our children.

Hey, don't blame us, we just read the dictionary.