In the latter case, 'jap', Anten notes that the term "may disparage multiple groups": Essentially, Kirn's article is a macho defence of what he sees as the male privilege to call women cunts: The effect is most readily achieved by rotating the female mouth into a vertical position - this motif has been used as the cover image of Barbara Creed's book The Monstrous-Femininea reprint of Louis Aragon's Irene's Cunta collage by Robert Delford Brown Kiss Kiss, a poster for the Exhibitionism Rolling Stones exhibitionand a poster for the film Deadgirl. Being Able to satisfy a woman in bed and bring her to climax, is the ultimate dream of almost every Man, But most times. In welcome contrast to Kirn's article, Jonathon Green criticises the inherent patriarchy of the slang lexicon: William Leith notes that "We may have equality of the sexes but we do not have equality of sexual organs [
The sexist comic Smut has a strip titled Guillo Tinathe name equating the female character with a deadly blade, as in the figure of Mme Guillotine during the French Revolution:
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No thanks to their guys who in most cases can satisfy their Wife or bring them to orgasm. No woman wants to find out that she has a twat like a horse-collar" [a]. In Neal Stephenson's novel Snow Crasha character wears "a very small hypodermic needle" in her vagina as an anti-rape device. The most literal manifestation of this fear is the myth of the 'vagina dentata', symbolising the male fear that the vagina is a tool of castration the femme castratrice, a more specific manifestation of the Film Noir femme fatale. Their t-shirt slogans are: The phonetic similarity of 'Count' to 'cunt' is so striking that accidental obscenities abound: Jack Holland notes that "the word 'cunt' expresse[s] the worst form of contempt one person could feel for another"