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Baltringue

We have not found English translation for this term. In its origin,  it is a word belonging to the circus world that referred to the people who were dedicated to assemble and disassemble the tents. From this point on, Baltringue came to be used as a synonym for clumsy, incompetent, cowardly, fearful and weak, and while it is with these meanings that it usually appears, in recent years its use to point to homosexuals who are associated with these negative characteristics has increased, just for the simple fact of being homosexual men, as it happens with many words in the world, such as Pato (Latin America) and Finocchio (Italy).


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