They say words cannot describe a person, it’s the feeling and the personality.
But I say if you don’t use words then how will you describe a personality? Stones and bridges can break your bones but words, they break hearts.
There are millions of people out there in the world who travel the streets with a broken heart just because someone called them words like ugly, unkind, selfish etc.
You cannot fight a word, well maybe you can but what is the use of it? If you don’t like a certain word then just don’t use it. Why would you make a fool of yourself fighting a word out when no one actually cares to use it enough.
When Rebecca Reid’s went to “Good Morning Britain” she discussed how she was disgusted with the word Gentleman.
According to her, the word described a particular gender in a relationship. This enforced a duty on the male to be caring, loving and giving while this should be on both parts.
In the relationship, male the is not the one who has to keep doing everything. It’s a two-way street and both have to provide.
And this was the reason she kept arguing in the case for banning the word.
Her thought would have sounded great to her but the audience did not look much happy with the same. To express their anger on the issue, people chose Twitter.
One user wrote “I like being old-fashioned, what is wrong in it anyway. The words simply mean being respectful, decent and other good things and no one would not like being called good. According to me, the lady is just reacting on her nerves and it has nothing to do with anything else.”
Another user wrote “how does it matter to you what someone else chooses to describe themselves. It is their life and their character.”
Another said “To be honest it is the best feeling when a gentleman opens the door for you. It’s not that bad and hard to get.”
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