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You MAY blush when you hear the description, so may I try to describe it diplomatically(I went to Australia in 1970). Succinctly, the pepper variety which you refer to is quite commonly named that because of its unique shape--which SOME folks think is shaped like that of the male anatomy. I hope this is diplomatic enough without being more specific, ie, I hope you get the idea. I didn't name it that.
I remember seeing this pepper on plantfiles, it is very, ahh, unique! I just looked it up again, and theres a link on the PlantFiles page to two members who have this seed for trade. Maybe one of them would trade with you. I wouldnt mind giving it a try myself!