The Word Bitch

Apr 26, 2018 | Social


A female dog.

Before we get too far ahead of ourselves I would just like to go over some terminology. I’m sure some of you may be upset with the name of my blog. It got your attention didn’t it…? The official definition of the word bitch on[1] is “a female dog.” Simple right? WRONG.  There are multiple uses in the English language. As the websites like to call “slang.” For Example: “A malicious, unpleasant, selfish person, especially a woman.” Also used as “a person who is submissive or subservient to someone, usually in a humiliating way.” Some use it as “a complaint.” But also, the opposite like “anything memorable, especially something exceptionally good.”  It can even be used as a verb “to complain or gripe.” And in our modern day the word bitch has been reclaimed by some women as a self-referential term of “empowerment.”


So now before you go and make your judgements that this blog is going to be discriminating or pro feminism, don’t worry I have lots to go around for everyone. But of course, this is to entertain and educate. We want to have a better behaving world, while having fun. Which happens to be 2 of my favorite things!


Ways I will be using the word bitch. Just about every way I have described above.

  1. Female dogs
  2. Malicious, unpleasant, selfish women (and men)
  3. Submissive and subservient characters
  4. Anything difficult or unpleasant
  5. Wonderful unforgettable moments
  6. The verb in action- to complain and gripe
  7. The feminist empowerment


P.S For your own entertainment check out the for its many uses for the exciting word bitch.

Some good reads explaining a different view point of “bitches”:

Why men love bitches

Why men marry bitches


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