Denise Richards is coming under a bunch of criticism for the language she uses in her new television program. This is especially true because parents thought the show would be family entertainment. I mean if Denise was going to have her children participate then it must be suitable for all children right?
The thing that the parents didn't know about is that Denise has trouble with words that have more than one syllable except for classics such as “harder,” “snowball,” and “I take MasterCard.” Therefore because of this aversion to big words, Denise has mastered the use of all the four letter words.
Her latest rant against an editor of People magazine which included the word c**t is a prime example. Denise probably couldn't define it, but she knows how to use it. You can take that last part however you want.
I'm not shocked she used the word. I am shocked she didn't blame its use on the fact that her mother died of cancer. She probably had that rant on some pseudo anniversary of something relating to her mom's cancer. As for the word itself, I have a question. I have always been told by female friends that it is a vile word and should never be used, but in turn they are more than happy to use the word themselves. Is it a word that can only be used by women? Since the vast majority of the readers of this blog are women, I am really interested to hear what you have to say about the word. Do you use it? What do you think of men when they use the word?