05 February 2009

bitch.

1: the female of the dog or some other carnivorous mammals

2 a: a lewd or immoral woman b: a malicious, spiteful, or overbearing woman —sometimes used as a generalized term of abuse

3: something that is extremely difficult, objectionable, or unpleasant

4: complaint


I'm changing. The older I get, the more aggressive and assertive I've become in almost every area in my life. Demanding what I want quite frankly without the extra shit. Just because I’m strong minded, becoming brutally honest and more assertive doesn’t make me a bitch. Don't get me wrong, those in my circle use the word loosely, which is cool. But I'm speaking to those who use it with malice. If someone approaches me in a certain manner I will reciprocate in the same manner. I’ll just be more effective at it. My threshold for ignorance and bullshit has decreased (finally), thus, leading to thoughts of me being a bitch. Those who know me, know I'm really not ... I'm actually very nice... in fact, I'm too nice. However, if being a bitch means handling my priorities well and making sure I get what I want deserve…then I guess I'm guilty =/.

I will tolerate nothing but the best for me. Especially if I've earned it.


One of my favorite Kelis quotes:

"When a woman is assertive and adamant about what she wants, she's totally branded a 'bitch,' 'difficult,' 'hard to work with,' or whatever the case may be. You know what? I'll take it. Call me a bitch, call me whatever, it doesn't matter."

My point exactly.

9 comments:

TaMina said...

yes bytch (lol) you better work!

Reggie said...

Real bitches stand up!!!!!!

Jillian said...

call me a bitch and get the f out the way LOL

brook lynne carter. said...

i agree. being head strong as a women does often get you branded "bitch"..but if your stronger than the word, it will never matter.

Milly said...

This is so true, but what gets under my skin the most is when a man calls a woman he used to date this word...

All I'm saying is if she was good enough to be with and get intimate with why is she all of a sudden a bitch and if so does that mean he likes being with "bitches"??

Milly said...

Nice topic by the way

Rosie B. said...

I completely concur with Reggie: Real Bitches Stand Up for Real!

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TaMina said...
yes bytch (lol) you better work!

February 5, 2009 6:59 PM


Reggie said...
Real bitches stand up!!!!!!

February 5, 2009 8:12 PM


Jillian said...
call me a bitch and get the f out the way LOL

February 5, 2009 11:40 PM


brook lynne carter. said...
i agree. being head strong as a women does often get you branded "bitch"..but if your stronger than the word, it will never matter.

February 6, 2009 12:37 AM


Milly said...
This is so true, but what gets under my skin the most is when a man calls a woman he used to date this word...

All I'm saying is if she was good enough to be with and get intimate with why is she all of a sudden a bitch and if so does that mean he likes being with "bitches"??

February 6, 2009 9:51 AM


Milly said...
Nice topic by the way

February 6, 2009 9:51 AM


Rosie B. said...
I completely concur with Reggie: Real Bitches Stand Up for Real!

February 6, 2009 5:03 PM


the other word for FATE said...
this hits so close to home! recently a male 'friend'(i use that term for lack of a better one) had the nerve to try to defend calling ME a bitch as long as he didnt mean anything by it. umm, excuse me??? That is not a term of endearment. Needless to say he is no more.

I guess some 'bitches' like that shyt...not this Bytch.

LOL