Pussy Use Is Out Of Control

Do you even Sapir-Whorf, Bro?

Recently, I came across a Facebook post where someone claimed that bodybuilding wasn’t a sport. A sport per the dictionary is defined as, “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature.” Baseball, basketball, racing, bowling, golf, fishing, and cheerleading all fall under this definition.

Bodybuilding would also fit this definition.

The fastest growing sport in the world, e-sports (competitive video gaming), also fits this definition—the lightning fast reflexes and hand eye coordination needed by most players makes them athletic, even if it’s only with their hands and fingers.

All that said, English can be quite difficult to learn due to all the meanings words can take over the years.

It becomes a clusterfuck when it comes to our slang.

The origin of the word slang isn’t clear. 1756 is the first time the word is presented with a meaning: “special vocabulary of tramps or thieves.” Slang words were considered a lowly form of communication and an offence to the standard forms of speech or writing. Slang is typically created to operate as a substitute for accepted vernacular.

Every few months on the internet it seems a new slang word is being created and birthed into the world:

  • Fleek
  • Yolo
  • Turnt
  • Bae

Slang changes faster today than any other time in history it seems. For the most part, at least historically, slang was created to use as an insult.

From the dawn of time, humanity has been insulting one another with words or physical gestures. More recently, it seems as if our insults have become more noxious than ever. Take a look at some of the recent political debates where we’ve seen childish, school yard heckling from people who desire to lead our nation.

It doesn’t start and end with political hopefuls. The ability to hide behind the mask of the internet has allowed billions of people to insult one another without having to worry about the consequences. If you think watching a few crotchety old men bicker about policy or who has a smaller penis is infantile, then you’ve never heard the malicious and hostile insults delivered by human beings while playing video games online.

Over the last decade, I’ve spent thousands of hours playing video games online and it’s highly likely that a future President of the United States told me he’s fucked my mom.

Then again, it’s also likely that I told the future President of the United States that he’s a fucking dipshit.

When it comes to using the slang definition of a word as an insult, there is one word that’s been used to describe someone’s attitude, demeanor, or lack of strength for decades. A word that in all reality, should never, ever, under any circumstance be attributed to weakness, lack of strength, or fragility.

I’m guilty of using this word in the connotation that most use it in. In one way, I’m also calling myself out by writing this, but America it’s time we for us to walk away from the meaning we gave this word decades ago.

Pussy Control

It’s high time we stop calling each other pussies. Pussies aren’t weak. Compared to the sack that holds my testicles, vaginas can actually lift weights. Tatyana Kozhevnikova holds the world record for vagina lifting at 30 pounds. What the fuck has that wrinkled, fleshy, coin purse downstairs lifted for me lately? Nothing.

Women are beginning to take on stronger and more prominent roles in books, movies, and comic books. Jane Foster took the burden of Mjolnir. New Ghostbusters. Rey, from Episode VII. Speaking of Rey, we can’t forget the awesome display of badassery that Daisey Ridley posted on Instagram a few months ago.

 

Kylo Ren doesn’t stand a chance

Women are ditching the pink dumbbells and discovering the joy of being strong. Why shouldn’t they? Being strong is awesome. Models like Kate Upton, Barbara Fialho, and Hollywood superstar actresses like Scarlett Johansson aren’t running for miles on the treadmill every day. They’re lifting heavy and with intensity. Many times lifting heavier than some young guys I see in the gym. That statement isn’t meant to emasculate anyone, it’s a fact.

They may have vagina’s but as far as I can tell from videos online, these women aren’t weak, frail, or timid. A majority of my clients are women. What’s inspiring about watching their progress in the gym is their realization that all the societal bullshit shoved into their retinas and subconscious about being weak is utter bullshit.

 

One of my badass clients sent me this via email about a week ago:

Dude. I did push ups. I DID PUSH UPS.

I’ve never in my life done off the knee push ups and yesterday I did 26! It has been a year and the body I am currently inhabiting is stronger and a thousand times more kick ass than the one I had when we started. Thank you for the effort and encouragement. I appreciate it more than I can express.

I was ecstatic for her. Not because I had done anything to make her stronger, she did all the work, all I provided to her was the map and encouragement. I was excited because she accomplished something she didn’t think was possible. Every week I witness my clients smashing through their doubts and discovering the badass warrior princess living inside of them. They’re not only smashing PRs on squats and deadlifts, they’re knocking down the walls society once held up, claiming they needed to be dainty and powerless.

In the fast-paced-always-connected-world that we live in today, slang changes almost overnight. What is cool now, won’t be so cool in three months. Strength training is gaining traction and world wide more women are finding a passion for it. It’s high time we drop the slang meaning behind “pussy.”

Oh and in case you’ve never seen how men react to labor pain, watch this video.

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Robbie Farlow

About Robbie Farlow

I’m an online fitness coach, writer, uber nerd, gamer, podcast host, but above all I’m awesome. 99% of the way I view life is through the prism of either video games, Star Wars, sports (football and basketball), and of course, superheroes.

I believe the Sith are better than the Jedi, the 1993 3 Musketeers movie is one of the best movies ever made, tacos make the world a better place, deadlifts rule, the Dreamcast was one of the best systems ever, Scotch is the superior drink for a man, and when I grow up I want to be Paul Rudd.

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