Two of my favorite authors of fiction have used it and in both cases a Federal case was made of it.
In both cases it was ruled legal if unwise absent art. 1933.
James Joyce used it in Ulysses in reference to the Dead Sea. He lived an odd life.
D. H. Lawrence used it in the most positive way he could. 1959.
A pair of words are related only by inclusion of a pair of 'g's in the middle of six letter words. I haven't used one of them in many, many years. I use the other on rare occasions when confronted with a racist who believes that they aren't racist.
I'm spelling them out in the tags.