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Jan. 1 2010 - 6:40 pm | 1,807 views | 0 recommendations | 3 comments

The pussification of pussy

Whatever the merits, or lack thereof, of Texas Tech wide receiver Adam James’ prima donna attitude in lighting the spark that fired head coach Mike Leach a few days back, on this there can be no doubt: a lot of people think James is a pussy. Hey, Nancy, you’re bitching about being stuck a room with your “mild” concussion? You whine about playing time? Get the sand out of your vagina, you pussy.

Pussy. That’s a word that gets thrown around a lot by men when a man is acting in a way deemed unmanly. What are you, a pussy? Shake it off, you pussy. Aww, looks like somebody’s pussy got hurt. The kids need to wear helmets? There goes the pussification of America! When someone, particularly a male someone, isn’t tough enough, suddenly he’s a bigger pussy than a wall-sized Georgia O’Keeffe.

Pussies.

Exactly why is the pussy the standard of whether a man is weak? I’ve seen my wife give birth four times, and I can personally attest I’ve seen a pussy perform incredibly tough, painful work no man would ever dare. Plus, if a pussy is so bad, why are so many men willing to do any comical thing possible to get some? It seems like if you want to call someone a body part that can’t take pain, call him a cock-and-balls.

Of course, that wouldn’t speak to the feminizing, gay fear behind the word pussy. If you don’t think gay fear is behind what men call each other, look at dick and asshole. A dick is a jerk, an asshole only exists to give you shit, and if a dick and an asshole get together, someone is getting fucked.


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    Wow. What a pointless piece of drivel.

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