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[NSFW] Is it still called a " beaver " if a woman's kitty cat is hairless due to shaving?

Asked by Sponge (541 points ) January 16th, 2012 from iPhone

Personally I don’t like the word beaver it’s so unsexy, I don’t like cunt either it’s vulgar.

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Keep_on_running's avatar

I don’t like cunt either it’s vulgar.

I think it’s more than that – it’s offensive. I can’t even say the word out loud.

To answer your question, technically I guess not. How about we not call it an animal at all?

Aethelflaed's avatar

I suppose it’s up to the individual using the term. I never got why you would call it a beaver anyway… It sounds so unsexy and like it has teeth.

woodcutter's avatar

It becomes a clam after that. That sound better than beaver?

Zyx's avatar

There is no good way to refer to anyone’s genitals. I have no problem with cunt but English isn’t my first language, what exactly triggers this dislike? I don’t like women with a lot of hair down there so the fact that the term beaver isn’t very sexy makes sense to me.

Aethelflaed's avatar

@Zyx Some women see it as having a lot of misogyny in it, more so than other words to describe the female genitals. Though, if/how much the word is offensive isn’t a settled matter. It is, however, considered to be the most offensive word in the English language (save for perhaps some ethnic slurs), and pretty much no one lets you say it on TV.

LezboPirate's avatar

I don’t mind that word. I think it’s rather amusing, actually.
Beaver..not so much. It sounds ugly.
My least favorite of all is the one I hear the most though. The “P” word. I even call it that in my head. I won’t say it. Except, of course, when it is in the lyrics of a song. Then, for some reason, I find it perfectly acceptable.
I generally just stick with “Vagina.”

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