Pitching — the man performing anal sex Catching — the man receiving anal sex Other similar metaphors include: Switch hitter — a bisexual individual, referencing a player who can bat from either side Playing for the other team — usually indicating a person is gay or lesbian Playing for both teams — usually indicating a person is bisexual The metaphors are found variously in popular American culture, with one well-known example in the Meat Loaf song " Paradise by the Dashboard Light ", which describes a young couple " making out ", with a voice-over commentary , by baseball announcer Phil Rizzuto , of a portion of a baseball game as a metaphor for the couple's activities. She's gonna give the go ahead, the inning isn't over yet for me. David Letterman chronicled many of these in his "Top Ten Baseball Euphemisms for Sex" — a recurring theme on the Top Ten Lists featured on the late-night talk shows he hosted before his retirement. The script may have slightly changed since the s. Kohl and Francoeur state that with the growing emphasis in the s on safe sex to expand sex beyond heterosexual penetrative intercourse, the "home run" has taken on the additional dimension of oral sex.
Pictures of Antarctic bases
Activities at Scott base: Amundsen-Scott, South Pole, U. The true South Pole: More info about the Amundsen-Scott station and the south pole on Dana's website.
Baseball metaphors for sex
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