2008). Hermann Goering, German Air Force Minister, in letter to Hitler, 1940. Female sexual organs carry a powerful taboo. Phonetically, it is contained within otherwise innocent words such as 'country 'significant 'contains' c*ntains strong language; Teresa Monachino, 2014 'control' cunt-troll From The Message Boards, 2011 'insignificant' You insignificunt little fuck! These words become taboo" (Peter Fryer, 1963). Naomi Leibowitz has also used the word in embroidery, producing three 'cunt'-themed works: My First Cunt, My Cunt Sur L'Herb, and My Tiny Cunt (all 2006). 'Sir Anthony Blunt' (abbreviated to 'Anthony Blunt' and 'Sir Anthony is a further rhyming slang 'cunt' euphemism, leading to James Blunt being known as "Cunty Blunty" (Q, 2005) and the t-shirt slogan 'whaames blunt.' (Shot Dead In The Head, 2006). This new sport is comparable to no other.
5 In London, Oxford and Cambridge edit An 18th Century engraving of John Wilkins, Chester Wilkins was one of the group of savants interested in experimental philosophy who gathered round Charles Scarburgh, the royalist physician who arrived in London in summer 1646 after the fall. Of course, by employing a synonym for 'vagina' as a harsh insult, Cover intentionally offended Bracks and unintentionally offended women in general. In this sense, 'berk' is similar to 'Charlie as both are common, mild insults whose origins as rhyming slang for 'cunt' have been forgotten. Salman Rushdie gives examples of older political terms which have also been reclaimed: "To turn insults into strengths, Whigs and Tories both chose to wear with pride the names they were given in scorn" (1988). In his article A Bad Word Made Good (2005 Andrew Clark notes the reappropriation of 'wog formerly a term of racist abuse though later used self-referentially amongst Australia's Greek community: "the term has metamorphosed in the Antipodes. Such imagery can be found in contemporary popular culture, for instance The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring includes the fiery Eye of Sauron, which has been interpreted as a vaginal symbol representing "ultimate evil" (Duncan Tucker, 2005). In reply, the liberal Feminists Against Censorship group stressed that "calling a book Cunt is not deeply offensive to women or to anyone". We can visualize a locomotive plane leaving LaGuardia Field towing a train of six gliders in the very near future.