June 10, 2001
I have been benefiting from your pop-culture list very much,
so thanks for it!
I'd like to know your point of view, about what does a
heartless bitch grow up to be?
I'm used to saying that I'm a feminist when needed if someone
asks me if I am one. I think I am a heartless bitch too when
needed, and I think its a healthy way of living. If I haven't
gotten you wrong, your heartless bitchynes is too 'when needed'.
Otherwise I cannot see the point.
I'm very very interested on this, so please answer and inlighten me!
Womenhood is the thing that I study (Women research) and write about
the most, so I'm a regular on your page.
Best wishes from Anna K.
I first saw your site about 2 years ago. I was a constant reader
then, but my studies prevented me from keeping up with you. Now that
I found this little treasure again, I will be faithful viewer. I am a
22 year old man and I attend the University of Tennessee Martin. I do
have one problem. I wouldn't call you ladies bitches. You are obviously
intelligent and posses great integrity. The two attributes I value most.
You also have no fear of speaking you mind. I love this in people. I do
the same thing. I work for Housing in my university and I frequently
voice my opinions about the problems Housing has. Well it cost me a
promotion a couple of months ago, so I do understand the point you
ladies make. I guess you call yourselves bitches because that is the
label society has placed on women who are independent and loud mouthed.
If so, then it is absolutely brilliant use of a derogatory (word? The
last few words were lost).
Now don't hold this against me, but I am a TRUE southern gentleman. I say
"ma'am to women, I tip my hat to ladies, stand up in their presence, will
give up my seat for them, open doors, offer to pay when out to eat and
even walk on the side of traffic if on the sidewalk. However these customs
seem to be unpopular now. I do this with no condescension in mind. Most
of my closest allies and friends are girls. In fact the smartest and most
dependable individuals I know are women. I am a black man that grew up in
a two parent home. My folks divorced when I was 13, but my pops was always
around. They (especially my pops) instilled in me a sense of pride about
being kind and courteous. Now I understand that the term "ladies" is
derogatory. I think that is some bullshit. If you feel that some of the
simply polite and kind gestures and phrases I mentioned are outdated
and offensive then plea
This is a great sight keep up the good work.