Stag-party



noun
1.
a social gathering or outing for men only.
2.
a party given a bachelor by his male friends before his marriage, often on the night before the wedding, ranging from a formal gathering to a night of carousing.
3.
a gathering for men only, especially one for the purpose of watching sexually titillating movies or exhibitions.
A social gathering for men exclusively, often involving entertainment considered unsuitable for women. For example, They wanted to give him a stag party before the wedding but John wasn’t interested. This idiom uses stag in the sense of “a man unaccompanied by a woman.” [ c. 1850 ]

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