We Need To Talk About The C-Word


I have a cunt. She has a cunt and your mum has a cunt. Women have cunts.

Is this making you feel uncomfortable?

It probably is. Cunt is a powerful word. It’s a word in the English dictionary, that hardly anyone ever uses and when it’s used, people usually let out a gasp of disbelief. Did she just say the C-word?

Yes I did. And I’m proud!

As I was saying – I have a cunt. I’m not ashamed of this. It’s a fabulous organ and without it I wouldn’t be able to have sex, nor would I be able to give birth to a human. Pretty cool huh? It’s more productive than the man’s sexual organ, which we like to label as ‘dick’, ‘cock’, or ‘prick’. There are loads more, but none of the names are as strong as the word cunt.

I have a problem with this.

Why is my genitals, one of the worst insults you can use in the English language?

You could abuse your nan with the word ‘dick head’ and she’d probably laugh and join in, but if you were to call her a ‘cunt’ she’d probably have a heart attack.

The use of the word ‘Cunt’ is hardly a new subject; The Vagina Monologues have been famously trying to reclaim the C-word with their theatrical phenomenon since 1996. Yet flash forward to 2016 and “cunt” is still making the majority of people shudder.

The F-word is pretty much used on Blue Peter, yet if you’re a TV presenter and drop the C-bomb on telly, then there’s a good chance you’ll lose your job. Bloody ridiculous!

We live in a society where porn is practically being played on day time television in-between an episode of Jeremy Kyle and Lorraine. We hear rappers and singers discussing what they’d like to do with our genitalia and junior pole dancing kits are being sold in Tesco. Come on ladies!!! Let’s own the word CUNT!

We need to get over “cunt”. Men have so many names for their powerful organ, yet we only have one. The worst one of them all! We need to reclaim it.

Cunt is a word for a woman’s private area. The same private area which brought you into the world.

Let’s not be scared of it, let’s use it!



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