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Eat This Word: A Naughty Name for the Holy Grail

Inga Muscio's Eat This Word Column on Cunt—A Naughty Name for the Holy Grail by Inga Muscio Originally published in The Stranger October 12, 1992. D ISTINCTLY, SPARKLINGLY, CRYSTALLY clear; I recall how pleased I was when I wrote the last word article, because I didn't quibble in the least about selecting a term to expound upon. I picked mama and mama picked me and we rolled 'cross the page quite happily.
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