True, but seeing as Golly-wogs, to use their complete title, were based on rascist performers such as Al Jolson its little wonder that they are banned.
Myth! The name was used as far back as the 19th century to refer to black ragdolls, first recorded usage is in a children’s book about such a doll called Golliwogg.
Incidentally the word Wog actaully comes from the acronym for Western-Oriental Gentlman.
Myth! The most likely etymology is that the slur came from the name of the toy, which came from the name of the book, which appears to be either an original or localised term.
You’re lucky you didn’t mention ‘Fornication Under Consent of King’ or ‘Port Out, Starboard Home’. The Secret Order of Etymologists have special deathsquads to hunt down those people!