Kukuruznik (кукурузник)

Kukuruznik (кукурузник) is a Russian word that we could translate into English as a cornfield. People also use this expression to refer to a type of Russian aircraft, and even as the nickname of the President of the USSR Nikita Khrushchev, they say, for his agrarian policy related to corn. We don’t know how or why, but in criminal jargon, they use it to refer disparagingly to gay men. Maybe, because a cornfield is full of ears of corn…

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