Bil Browning

A Sexy Chick Tells You About Faggots

Filed By Bil Browning | June 24, 2011 3:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Gay Icons and History, Living
Tags: faggot, linguistics, sexy teacher

Who better to tell us about the history of the word "faggot" than a hot sexy chick with big boobs? Apparently, "Hot For Words" is playing up the sexy teacher angle for these short videos on the history of English words.

This time our buxom beauty talks about the history of the word "faggot." Maybe the test of whether or not, you are one is whether you noticed her breasts?

It all seems rather silly to me; so, perfect fodder for a late Friday afternoon post. I still have a problem with faggots.

(Hat tip to Queerty)


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I'm gay and I noticed her big, plastic, funbag breasts. If faggot means 'burdensome baggage' then I think this presenter knows all about that. Look at the rack on her. Her breasts are big faggots

Yes, mocking her gender presentation is definitely the way to go... well done everybody.

If you really want to know about the word faggot, then you should buy my book: Feygeleh's Fabulous Frolic with Faggotry..... which is a linguistic exploration of the word faggot. And this one is written by a faggot.

Amusing - but I think it's missing something. I thought the meaning of the word "faggot", referring to a bundle of sticks, also meant that those sticks were used for fuel, as in burning someone at the stake. "Fag" is still slang in the UK and Ireland for a cigarette, so I think the burning meaning is there. What always horrified me about someone being called a "fag" or a "faggot" is that the speaker was alluding to the target as fuel for a fire. Has my horror been wasted?

What a misogynist piece of crap this article was. Bil, do you hate women? WTF is your problem?

I am in Ireland. I smoked a fag earlier tonight.

This means that I smoked a cigarette.

Unhealthy for sure.

But not homophobic.

A fag in Britain or Ireland means a cigarette.

As for Valerie Keefe who said I mocked this woman's gender presentation.
I didn't. I simply pointed out that this woman had breasts made of plastic. If she wants them, then good for her. But I think they look ugly and ridiculous and the forces of mysogyny influenced her to fill her tits with silicone.

Flat chested women should not be made to feel uncomfortable because of their natural body shape.

"As for Valerie Keefe who said I mocked this woman's gender presentation.
I didn't."

Oh? Why?

"I simply pointed out that this woman had breasts made of plastic."

Ah, you have presumed her sexual history.

"If she wants them, then good for her."

Yes.

"But I think they look ugly,"

What do you care, unless you're into women?

"and ridiculous and the forces of mysogyny influenced her to fill her tits with silicone."

Pfft. The not every piece of gender presentation medicine is influenced by the forces of misogyny, so stop mansplaining why you think implants are wrong.

"Flat chested women should not be made to feel uncomfortable because of their natural body shape."

No shit. I tend to, having had individuals make angry references to my, "saggy little tits," agree.

Women of any shape should not be shamed. Be an adult next time instead of trying to pass off your misogyny as feminism.

The most alluring part of our Hot for Words hostess is her voice, in my opinion. Even during the far-too-many days when I considered myself heterosexual, I was not much into a woman's breasts. I remain so disinclined. I recall learning that faggot was meant to refer to "a burning stick" which gives more credence to the usage for cigaret.

I'm a person who is fascinated by language and words, so I certainly don't mind them having a go at various words. Why a "hot, sexy" woman? Who knows - but does it really matter after all?