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Hamlette

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Wed Mar 15, 2017, 03:13 PM Mar 2017

Poll: how many men have used the word pus*y the way Trump did? [View all]

in a discussion with a friend at work I maintained my very feminist husband had never used the word. He laughed at me and said all men use the word when out drinking with their buds.


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Yes, I use the word when I'm out drinking with my male friends.
2 (25%)
Maybe in my youth, when I was drunk, but not since I've grown up.
4 (50%)
I don't think I've ever used the word. Not that way.
2 (25%)
I use it all the time, so what?
0 (0%)
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You need to be more specific. DemocratSinceBirth Mar 2017 #1
Are there non-offensive ways to use those kinds of terms? PJMcK Mar 2017 #2
The word in and of itself is not pejorative. It was how Trump used it. DemocratSinceBirth Mar 2017 #4
As I wrote: PJMcK Mar 2017 #5
Folks didn't get hung up on the word. It was how he used it. DemocratSinceBirth Mar 2017 #13
Mostly, I agree PJMcK Mar 2017 #16
When I'm having fun with my partner Ezior Mar 2017 #12
You're correct, of course PJMcK Mar 2017 #17
I've heard it used often enough when only men were around Lurks Often Mar 2017 #3
Is the word in and of itself pejorative? Is using the word "dick" or "f--k" in and of itself DemocratSinceBirth Mar 2017 #11
Use the word in context, but not by telling people to go out grab 'em. jmg257 Mar 2017 #6
mrs. unblock prefers i use the c-word; so, go figure. unblock Mar 2017 #7
The thing that bewildered my husband the most lapucelle Mar 2017 #8
I've never heard 'locker room' talk like that Swagman Mar 2017 #9
Then you have lived a sheltered life INdemo Mar 2017 #19
Not myself, no Kimchijeon Mar 2017 #10
I did in high school, but 1984 came and went a long time ago... LanternWaste Mar 2017 #14
This would be an interesting nationwide survey oberliner Mar 2017 #15
Yes. This convo with my coworker happened a couple months ago and I still think about it. Hamlette Mar 2017 #23
Straights use it and the d-work in the passion of making love. Nothing wrong with that. brush Mar 2017 #18
I've never used it in the context of talking about committing sexual assault mythology Mar 2017 #20
I don't think my son or my husband have EVER used that word. It wouldn't occur to them... CTyankee Mar 2017 #21
Not in the grabbing sense crazycatlady Mar 2017 #22
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