Concerning an Insult: Part One.

On 23 March 2016, I had posted an article called “A Quick Commentary on The Term ‘Pussy'”

I wish to do a brief rewrite of that posting, as I have been told that the title may be too offensive for some people to read that article. So I have deleted the original article, and herein is my slight rewrite of the article.

In general, when a man is called a “pussy” that is an insult. However, some people will claim that that insult is in reference to the female body, and that is the whole intent of the insult.

Well, those of us who have a clue realize that that insult is, in no way, in reference to a piece of the female anatomy. However, in discussions with some feminists, the dreaded Laci Green, for example, the feminist in question will claim that that insult is an indication of misogyny as they claim that the use of that insult is referring to the female’s “hey nanny nanny“.

The truth of the matter is that that insult NOTHING to do with anyone’s vagina.

Read that again, and understand what I am saying.

The insult “pussy” originates from the word “pusillanimous“, which means:

1: lacking courage or resolution; cowardly; faint-hearted; marked by contemptible timidity
2: proceeding from or indicating a cowardly spirit.

So, for those dreaded women, I am talking about you, Laci Green, who are, for some weird reason, fixated on their vagina, the insult “pussy” really is an insult.

So, for “those” women who did know the meaning of “pusillanimous”, and have know been given a big dose of reality. How does it make you feel?

If anything.

I believe that you will stick with your rhetoric, not question what you have been told, because it would cause you to know that some small part of that nonsense that you have been heavily invested in is wrong.



About Kevin Benko

I'm a fifty-something generic humanoid sack of water and meat.

2 responses to “Concerning an Insult: Part One.”

  1. Sheri McMahon says :

    Most sources indicate you are probably wrong about the origin, although pusillanimous might share a root with the words leading the the use of the word “pussy” both as slang for female anatomy and for an “unmanly” man. If you want to insult the guy, better stick with the longer word to begin with.


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