This post is inspired by Gender Equality by Vimmuuu 🙂
What’s wrong with using a common noun like Bitch?
The word “bitch” has long been in use to refer to a woman in contempt, as shown in an 1811 dictionary which describes bitch as “the most offensive appellation that can be given to an English woman, even more provoking than that of whore.
2. A term of abuse for a woman, from its standard meaning of female dog.
3. A prostitute.
4. Street slang for one’s habitual sexual partner.
Some more definitions from Urban Dictionary.com
Can you call a man Bitch?
It seems so. Generally, this term is used to indicate that the person is acting outside the confines of their gender roles. (Read more here)
Meredith Brooks sings ‘I am a Bitch‘.
Sometimes the term is used defiantly, as seen below 😉
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…Gradually it’s coming to mean ‘Babe In Total Control of Herself’
Do dogs have an opinion on being considered metaphors for so much evil?
Find out from this 55 Words Fiction.
“Me a man?! You’ve seen me bully a female? Ever? …You woman then!”
“I don’t shriek at the sight of a frightened little mouse!!!”
“Would I kill baby seals for skin…?”
“Would I ever wear that skin!?”
Both looking sheepish:
“We are fighting like humans!”
“Aww… they’re only human!”
Finally I found this video on You Tube… someone called Me singing, I am Bitch by Meredith Brooks.