Arman asked 4 months ago

Do you sometimes use sexist phrases like "Don’t be a pussy" or "Grow some balls"? I sometimes see even women use them. Are these phrases sometimes considered 'not sexist'? Can you give me some examples when it's OK to use them?

Arman

Do you sometimes use sexist phrases like "Don’t be a pussy" or "Grow some balls"? I sometimes see even women use them. Are these phrases sometimes considered 'not sexist'? Can you give me some examples when it's OK to use them?

Yes. There's nothing wrong with those phrases. It's always okay to use them. They're not sexist. Only SJWs would be offended by those phrases. I hate SJWS and I hate political correctness. Political correctness is cancer and needs to die. Being offended do

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Answered by ASouza

yes if necessary

Answered by xvilyv

Idk, i never really think much beyond such phrases. Plus it's kinda hard for me to take things like 'Chill yo tits' seriously

Answered by IAWIA

Nah. I wouldn't say the word "pussy" at all for the longest time because I associated it exclusively with toxic behavior.

I think it's possible to say them and not be thinking about what they actually mean, though. Not that the misogyny and sexism is cry

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I've used the former phrase sometimes ironically knowing that it's rooted in misogyny, but never the latter bc you'll never catch me with balls in my mouth ! however, both phrases are rooted in misogyny, in this idea that having or not having (even as a me

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Only in the literal sense i.e. you are providing someone with the advice not to become a vagina

No, I don't remember it.

I've never used them in that way. But I do call people pussies and bitches sometimes. Given the wide range of targets I use them on I'm not sure the application, intent or context I use them in is sexist. So is using the word 'pussy' sexist? I often comple

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Answered by Pandy

It depends on the cultural context. In my culture you would not use those terms, not in earnest, not as a joke, only maybe as a reference to the culture where it is used. The meaning of those terms is always connecting socially unwanted behaviour with phys

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Answered by Kate
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