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Question for women

egoldstein

Citizen of Zooville
Yeah I don't like the term "bitch" for fem female dog
It's not condescending or insulting, that's the proper term for a female canine. The derogatory use of "bitch" to a woman is to imply she's acting like a female dog. If one is familiar with dogs, especially in groups, females can be very aggressive and unforgiving. In the canine world, females are often the pack leaders. It's no more offensive than calling a female horse a mare, a female donkey a jenny, or a female bear a sow., those are the terms used to denote the female of that species.
 

ascendtoaccept

Citizen of Zooville
It's not condescending or insulting, that's the proper term for a female canine. The derogatory use of "bitch" to a woman is to imply she's acting like a female dog. If one is familiar with dogs, especially in groups, females can be very aggressive and unforgiving. In the canine world, females are often the pack leaders. It's no more offensive than calling a female horse a mare, a female donkey a jenny, or a female bear a sow., those are the terms used to denote the female of that species.
Bruh language changes over time.

These days "bitch" is used more to refer to bad women (and sometimes, usually gay, men) more than it is to refer to a dog. Why don't we just make a new term? Like doggalina lol
 

Kristy

Citizen of Zooville
It's not condescending or insulting, that's the proper term for a female canine. The derogatory use of "bitch" to a woman is to imply she's acting like a female dog. If one is familiar with dogs, especially in groups, females can be very aggressive and unforgiving. In the canine world, females are often the pack leaders. It's no more offensive than calling a female horse a mare, a female donkey a jenny, or a female bear a sow., those are the terms used to denote the female of that species.
I think you might agree, there are far too many people who don't have a dog and never have owned a dog, OR own a dog only for sexual purposes ( ! ) and THINK they know all about dogs. That's incredibly stupid, and very unfortunate for the dog.
 

Bifunlady

Tourist
Im honestly a bit surprised at all the no's. I understand that men are more visual than women, but we all into some kinky stuff.

Further question: Do any of the beasty ladies actually watch beast porn if you have a dog?
When bored at work or killing some time I might. Never at home.
 

egoldstein

Citizen of Zooville
Bruh language changes over time.

These days "bitch" is used more to refer to bad women (and sometimes, usually gay, men) more than it is to refer to a dog. Why don't we just make a new term? Like doggalina lol
Bruh, don't be surprised when people use language as it is defined. I mean, if that went out of style 100 years ago, sure, but it's common parlance today. It is not my fault you don't deal with dogs, but rather "bad women (and sometimes, usually gay, men)".

You can redefine it if you like, I'm not telling you not to, but don't try to "correct" me with an incorrect definition.

I think you might agree, there are far too many people who don't have a dog and never have owned a dog, OR own a dog only for sexual purposes ( ! ) and THINK they know all about dogs. That's incredibly stupid, and very unfortunate for the dog.
And fewer yet have mares, do we now refer to female horses as "sows" or maybe "hens"?
No disagreement on it being an unfortunate situation for the dog, and probably for some of the humans, too.


I'm sorry some of you apparently hang around with uneducated buffoons and take offense to using words in their correct manner instead of as slang.

Shit, maybe Idiocracy really was a documentary. :p
 

ascendtoaccept

Citizen of Zooville
Dude peoplen use urbandictionary over Oxford dictionary these days because the wanky dictionaries take too long to add words/update definitions of already used words.

We are living in a time where we, the people, truly get to decide how are language is written/spoken instead of ivory tower buffoons. That's the beauty of an educated populace + the Internet
 

egoldstein

Citizen of Zooville
Dude peoplen use urbandictionary over Oxford dictionary these days because the wanky dictionaries take too long to add words/update definitions of already used words.

We are living in a time where we, the people, truly get to decide how are language is written/spoken instead of ivory tower buffoons. That's the beauty of an educated populace + the Internet
OK Scrot, we'll try this your way.

Wadda ya say, gate? You mugglin some heavy T cause you ain't got your boots on. You saying I'm wearin glasses or maybe off the cob, but a hep cat knows a bitch be a dog with a jelly roll! Man, be a fraughy issue when a bitch can only be a yarddog. You dig?

Hmm, I think I will stick with commonly accepted meanings, this slang shit changes too often. I don't object that "bitch" has a slang meaning. I don't even care that for some people it's the first one that comes to mind, but to tell people they shouldn't use terms in their well known, well used meanings is kinda stupid because that's what makes language useful. When I say "This dog is a bitch" most intelligent english speakers know what I am saying, but if I say "Bruh, dog be doggalina" I wouldn't expect anyone but you to have any idea what I'm trying to express and would expect to be dismissed as a fucking moron, same as someone not grokkin that a bitch be a dog with a jelly roll. You hep?
 
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