Re: Pet Peeves

Subject: Re: Pet Peeves
From: Amy Gale <amyg -at- grammatech -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 12:27:15 -0400

Susan Hogarth wrote:

>On 3/15/07, Amy Gale <amyg -at- grammatech -dot- com> wrote:
>>Because there's really nothing male or female about them. It's an
>>inaccurate metaphor that reads like it was invented by a bunch of 13
>>year old boys for a "joke".
>Hmm. I can see where someone might find it silly, tacky, or even
>offensive. But as for 'inaccurate metaphor'? It's a protruding thing
>going into a hole - how much more accurate a metaphor could you
1) Is that really what makes something male or female? Do males have no
holes? Do females have no protruding bits?

2) Are a lot of people just really, really sheltered?


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RE: Pet Peeves: From: Chris Borokowski
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