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And there you have it boys and girls, the first obscenity to appear on the cover of a comic book, and from Archie Comics!

Gunsels, the plural of gunsel, is Yiddish for, to use the polite term, catamite, and when use by Dashiell Hammett in the novel the Maltese Falcon and later by Walter Huston in the film of the same name people mistakenly thought it meant someone who carried a gun.

Actually in it original form it’s pretty dirty. Oh dear… what would Jughead say?    







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