So given these are the real stage pin connectors, and CeeForm type has by description type the real 2P+G type description, and its not "slip" what is the real as it were academic before bastardized term for a say 20A/125v stage pin connector? What are they called officially, and don't look towards NEMA cause they are not there even if McMaster sells them. By the way, yes them are both made of wood with very exposed plates on both, and not grounded though there was some interesting grounding means over the years for such things. 30A/125v if interested, and yes I did start in part my career in use with them in floor pockets, how else would I acquire such things dating back to the mid-1920's or later? On the Left... don't know much about it though part of that theater's inventory. On the right - darned straight I had flash light and was very concerned in having to reach my hand into a wall box or floor pocket to make such a thing work. Sidewise stage pin - polorized or not... We are talking live plates of tinned copper here that are ungrounded suspended between a hollow wooden handle and that's what you plug in some times in the dark. Hot/Neutral - didn't exist... Hold the handle the wrong way while connecting a hot load to circuit - connect it wrong and you did really have a worry. Still I digress in refrernce to the post about the ability to plug in a stage pin plug's hot pin perpendicular to an in-line female, than surmised to touch the neutral pin of the plug in completing the circuit for a as called 20A stage pin plug. Nope... not a stage pin plug officially by way of Fuchs or history, nor something I ever thought about doing. Me, I was a wee bit more concerned about using the one on the right in plugging it into a dark floor pocket.