Ode to the word fuck
The vagina dentata myth is the most potent symbol of male "dread of the female genital" HR Hays, The sheer extent of the 'cunt' lexicon supports Scott Capurro's assertion that it is "plainly the most versatile word in the English language" Grief creates strength. In Blue Velvet , a carved sculpture of a vagina dentata was used as a set decoration. During redback spider reproduction, the male is willingly consumed by the female, as his death ensures that he remains stuck inside her, thus preventing impregnation by other males: "In death, its sexual organ becomes stuck in the female's receptacle.
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Sunrise Movement calls for Columbia to declare climate emergency. Other water-related terms also have similarly vaginal connotations, such as 'cundy' 'underground water channel' , which is a hydrographical vaginal metaphor derived from 'cunnus'. I'm met with a tidal wave of emotion. Salman Rushdie gives examples of older political terms which have also been reclaimed: "To turn insults into strengths, Whigs [and] Tories [both] chose to wear with pride the names they were given in scorn" Jelto Drenth cites Christian vagina-phobia - "The vagina is seen as the devil's stigma" and warns that "Anyone tempted to enter a vagina should be aware that great dangers lie in wait for him". Who can do all that and still sleep at least four hours a night?
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Mark Mason's novel The C Words discusses 'commitment', 'coupledom', and 'children'. Sharing the 'cw' prefix is 'cwe', meaning 'woman', influencing the Old English 'cuman' and 'cwene'. A cancer-awareness comedy event titled The 'C' Word was held in Toronto in He gave a physiological explanation for the phenomenon, explaining that "[vaginal] contractions can suddenly turn into spasms which imprison the penis and cause it to swell up excessively". A sea urchin in Un Chien Andalou has also been interpreted as a vagina dentata symbol.
Watch this moving and powerful rendition of Robinson's original spoken word poetry, recited by 18 women from different walks of life. Audrey Griswold: He worked really hard, Grandma. This "pun that turns the tables on the prejudicial description" gained popularity following the television series The Price Of Being A Victorious Woman Tatlow, [a]. In the s, Katharine Whitehorn famously used her column in The Observer to self-identify as a 'slut', using the term in its original sense meaning a slovenly woman. The word has since become increasingly prolific in the media, and its appearances can broadly be divided into two types: euphemism and repetition.