Pictured: David Mamet's Boston Marriage
1900s term for lesbian. It applied to women living together in a romantic friendship sans any penile influence. The term became associated with the 1886 novel, The Bostonians by Henry James. The story involved a long-term relationship between two unmarried women. Also see: Ladies of Llangollen.
(褌?, ふんどし) Popular until World war II, Samurai warriors wore them as underwear. Now worn as swimwear or sported during various occasions like the Hadaka Matsuri were thousands of men would gather at the Saidaiji Temple in Okayama for the naked festival. It is also worn by sumo wrestlers.
1973 film, The Mack
It's true what they say, pimpin' ain't easy! Nickname for a pimp with the power to relieve another pimp of his bottom bitch . He has taken down the empire and stables of other pimps. He is well versed in the game of mackin'.