Who Wants To Be A Piece Of Tail?
• Piece of tail
• Piece of ass
• Piece of “that”
That’s how a sexually attractive woman might be described.
Well, “attractive woman” is an overstatement. Attractive body part, maybe.
The whole woman isn’t wanted. Just a piece of her.
Sometimes I wonder if words like these play a role in western women’s widespread sexual dysfunction (nearly half of us).
Because feeling like a piece of meat is disturbing.
And how about these words: Wanna have sex? I mean, wanna:
Screw, f-, bang, nail, ram, smash, smack that, beat those, cut, boning, git-in-em-guts.
That’s a list of words my students made for “sex” in street parlance.
And who gets screwed and f’d?
Words get into the subconscious, telling us about ourselves and the world. Words act like covert propaganda in that way.
Language directs thought, and more positive sexual language just might create a more sex-positive world for women.
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Posted on March 25, 2015, in feminism, objectification, psychology, sex and sexuality, sexism, women and tagged feminism, language, objectification, psychology, sex, sexism, sexuality, women. Bookmark the permalink. 39 Comments.