Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by cotton, Sep 19, 2017.
Speak for yourself, slim.
I helped pass out an "End Women's Suffrage" petition in high school. About 50 girls signed it.
A friend of mine took a women's studies class in college. The professor insisted that the class use the spelling "womon" and "womyn" when referring to females, as the common "woman" and "women" mean "out of men" and are consequently demeaning. On the final, friend followed this directive but used "mon" and "myn" to refer to males.
He did not pass.
A male in a female studies class run by what is apparently a hyper-angry female is probably not the best thing to do.
He was a football player, not a rocket science major.
Did you try to explain that "women studies" is not what he thinks it is?
That's "womyn's studies," thank you very much.
Ze sounds really interesting.
Separate names with a comma.