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Yet the history and culture of the Highlands is saucier than the lid of a shortbread tin or the contents of a catechism would suggest. Breasts are like mountain-peaks, the colour of snow.

Yet not everything erotic was so open. Voices are sweeter than harp strings.

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Sex Poetry Scotland Gaelic erotic writing. The greatest Gaelic poet of all, he was also the most explicit by some way.

A classic example is In Praise of a Fine Prick:. In contrast to the shortbread tin image of Highland culture, this sheds vital light on the past and the present — as Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair would have it, breasts, pricks, warts and all.

Peter Mackay does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Thighs are like tree trunks.

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Now even Gaelic speakers struggle to read their own culture. Often it was hidden behind euphemism, double meaning, double talk and knowing glances. You just need to know where to look — or how to listen.

Poems in praise of penises were part of a vibrant if often anonymous body of erotic verse that burgeoned between the 16th and 18th centuries. Return to Learn — Norwich, Norfolk.

Kisses are honey. Scottish Gaelic poetry and song has a rich, frank and raucous heritage. Many images in Gaelic love songs are common to the level of cliche.

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Such double meanings have largely been lost as a result of the influence of the church and particularly the decline of Gaelic culture in the 19th and 20th centuries. Peter MackayUniversity of St Andrews.

Either way, sex is unlikely to be near the top of your list. This may have been anti-clerical propaganda, which was not uncommon at the time, but it is also an unabashed acknowledgement of female sexuality and desire — and a generous advertisement for Fergus, whoever he may have been.

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Even from a cursory glance at old Gaelic verse, things are clearly going on that are missing from our understanding of Highland culture. Edition: Available editions United Kingdom.

The song associates it — perhaps fearfully — with devilish temptation:. We need to recognise the bawdy sense of mischief that was common currency in the tradition before it was swept aside by the religious revival in the 19th century. But one Gaelic scholar has recently argued it is actually about semen.

Coming from the oral tradition, it appears to be a celebration of one of the great Highland staples. The same instrument is also integral to two poems Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair wrote about his wife, both of them based on the rhythms of pipe music.

It demonstrates his great ability to shift from romantic compliments to acid put-downs.