Ira D Sherman's Impenetrable Devices series includes several similar rape-prevention mechanisms, including Intimate Electric Fence capable of giving an electric shock to a rapist's penisand the self-explanatory Saber Tooth Speculum and Bear Trap Corset. Carter" Mark Hosenball, 1989 ; "I would include Emanuelle And The Last Cannibals other than just, you know, because the title uses the c-word" Calum Waddell, 2015 ; "I don't want to use the 'C' word, chokers, so I am not going to" Commentatorballs2015 ; "[He] looked like someone who didn't even know what the Nicole briscoe falsk naken might be. Genital, scatological, and sexual terms such as, linken, 'cunt', 'shit', and 'fuck' are our most powerful taboos, though this was not always the case. Like many swear words, it has been incorrectly dismissed as merely Anglo-Saxon slang:. Cricket experts were aghast at the "inappropriate use of the c-word"", in a spoof article headlined Kevin Pietersen In C-Word Drama 2014. What have been reclaimed are the social attitudes towards the concepts of vaginas and sexual predators: Accordingly, Zoe Williams writes:
Mr Clinton had charisma" Patrick Barkham, 2004 ; 'Clinton': If 'cunt' is repeated ad infinitum, our sense of shock at initially encountering the word is rapidly dispelled. By affixing a spike to a tampon, Leif Lindell created a prototype model she called Femdefence 2003. Judith Seifer suggests that the prejudice is actively instilled at a very early age: Matthew Parris once called 'cunt' "a word beginning with 'c', which I couldn't possibly repeat" Rod Liddle, 2001and in keeping with this is the commonest 'cunt' euphemism:
Kate Millett sums up the word's uniquely despised status: Peter A Neissa describes it as "the most degrading epithet in English speaking culture" 2008. Explaining that "Any part of the body which was unusual [or] remarkable was likely to provide a convenient nickname or surname for its owner" 1988James McDonald cites the further example of Simon Sitbithecunte 1167, again predating the OED. The various epithets used to insult mentally handicapped people represent a further lexicon of reclaimed pejoratives. Like 'count', 'countdown' also has comic potential if its 'o' is removed, as we shall see later. Les mer, her article, and its by British standards, quite mild headline, were considered too strong by the Chicago Tribune editors, who decided at the last minute to remove it while the newspaper was actually being distributed. Pueblo Indian artwork depicts "efforts to remove a woman's vaginal teeth with a false penis made out of oak and hickory", and this ceremony is now symbolically re-enacted:
Nicole Briscoe from 4/16/15 episode of ESPN Sportscenter.