Gonna start putting it to good use now. The Leatherman's Handbook II. But what I do have are tons of nail polish. Notify me of new comments via email. So, how can I flag in a way that says I am interested in anyone, not men? A printable pocket guide to the hanky code is available here. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
It is thought that the code originated from the wearing of bandanas by gay men in San Franciso after the Gold Rush.
Knot a bunch together in one color or multiple colors and tie it around your waist like a belt to indicate switch. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Using Patton and Fischer, you do a good job situating yourself among other critics who analyze the hanky code as an object of study. The Handkerchief Code, also known as the Hanky Code or Flagging, is a system of colors used to communicate the wearers kink or preferred sexual position. Tie the knot on the right to indicate bottom, the left to indicate top or behind your head to indicate switch. It is thought that the modern hanky code started in New York City in late or early when a journalist for the Village Voice joked that instead of simply wearing keys to indicate whether someone was a "top" or a "bottom", it would be more efficient to subtly announce their particular sexual focus by wearing different colored hankies. White velvet is the most luxurious color!
Also, apologies for thread-jacking, but go read this: The Trading Post, a department store specializing in erotic merchandise, began promoting handkerchiefs in the store and printing cards with their meanings. Voyeur White velvet is the most luxurious color! I don't feel bad about it. I'm a cartoonist living in Minneapolis.