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    I almost think it is narcissism. I can't stand people who self apply the word bitch and are proud of it. It's like they don't have to give a damn about what other people think, and obviously think so highly of themselves that they are comfortable bumbling through life without tact or restraint just 'telling it how it is' which is retarded because these people are so dim their perception of how it is is opinionated drivel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willfrey View Post
    I almost think it is narcissism. I can't stand people who self apply the word bitch and are proud of it. It's like they don't have to give a damn about what other people think, and obviously think so highly of themselves that they are comfortable bumbling through life without tact or restraint just 'telling it how it is' which is retarded because these people are so dim their perception of how it is is opinionated drivel.

    And thats that, I tell it how it is, I don't care if you think I'm an ass.
    So does that mean your reclaiming 'ass'?
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    I have called a friend "bitch".

    me: hey bitch
    her: hey skank

    She isn't a "bitch" and I am far from a "skank". They were just silly names we used for each other.

    The way in which one says it paired with how sensitive you are to the word mean more than the word itself. When I called her bitch, I said it with love. When she called me skank, it made me laugh.

    There was nothing offensive in our morning greetings in the dorm hallway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juni View Post
    I have called a friend "bitch".

    me: hey bitch
    her: hey skank

    She isn't a "bitch" and I am far from a "skank". They were just silly names we used for each other.

    The way in which one says it paired with how sensitive you are to the word mean more than the word itself. When I called her bitch, I said it with love. When she called me skank, it made me laugh.

    There was nothing offensive in our morning greetings in the dorm hallway.
    The thing I just don't get about all this is, why use words which are traditionally offensive and degrading to women as affectionate greetings?

    Quote Originally Posted by Willfrey View Post
    I almost think it is narcissism. I can't stand people who self apply the word bitch and are proud of it. It's like they don't have to give a damn about what other people think, and obviously think so highly of themselves that they are comfortable bumbling through life without tact or restraint just 'telling it how it is' which is retarded because these people are so dim their perception of how it is is opinionated drivel.

    And thats that, I tell it how it is, I don't care if you think I'm an ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    The thing I just don't get about all this is, why use words which are traditionally offensive and degrading to women as affectionate greetings?
    Why? Why not?

    I could have just as easily said "Good morning, Nicole. Hope your day goes well." That would be boring though and she was my best friend in college so after a night of drinking at frats with each other, "hey bitch" was perfect.

    If someone I didn't know just randomly came up and called me a word like that out of the blue, I probably would take offense to it whether they were male or female. But coming from friends I don't mind.

    My husband will say "bitch, make me a sandwich" and I laugh at him. I don't take it personally. Instead I just reply "make it yourself, douchebag."

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    My opinion..

    I think it has something to do with a misguided sense of feminism,
    along the lines of saying that women wish to be more equal to men..
    Except it seems that some took the worst possible attributes of men as their guideline.
    Which then reminds me of 13 year olds swearing and smoking because they think it makes them mature..

    Some people just break everything down to lowest common denominator.

    There is nothing wrong moralistically with this behavior.. it's just immature

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    I really think its empowering that the term 'cumdumpster' has been 'reclaimed' of recent.
    Wait a moment... how is it being used differently?
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    Me and some of my girl friends call each other bitches and we find it sweet. Even one of my close boy-friends call me a bitch, but that's okay, since I call him a dickhead. With me and my friends all this started after the song Sexy Bitch got popular and actually I don't see it as a problem at least not for people who are around my age and know when they should keep their metaphors to themselves.
    Oh yeah?

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    To cut back briefly to comments about Canada's "PC" rules, I just saw this article about an Ann Coulter appearance getting canned in Ottawa, where she was warned ahead of time about "hate speech" and how it could be legally liable there:

    Protest Cancels Coulter Speech in Ottawa - ABC News
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    There are tons of words to use to show affection, why use that one word?

    I had a couple of friends in high school who would use the bitch term and it kind of irritated me. As much as I knew that they were just being affectionate, I really couldn't get around the meaning of the word. I mean, why not call me 'girlie', 'girlfriend', 'love', 'sweetie', 'sweet thang'. Anything other than the bitch term please.
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