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I agree and understand your perspective. But they have moved out of that realm when they become "media personalities" in this case. I am sure these hot chicks of Fox news are also good intelligent women. If you want to appeal to "orthodox fan bases" basically new fresh meat... then they aren't going to know these women. They are going to see what ATS presents to them. And if they want to be personified as State and Country Hotties and Cuties then I hope it doesn't backfire. If any one calls me a conspiracy chick on here.. I'm gone.
Originally posted by whatukno
reply to post by seagrass
I think the problem I have with Conspiracy Chicks is the fact that both of these people have earned more respect from me than to be called chicks. They have moved beyond that plane of physical attractiveness to a level of respect that one reserves for a true friend, someone you respect, someone you trust, someone you can admire. To me, both of them have earned that distinction, not only through the intelligence they have shown in their postings, but also through the shear amount of [snip] that I have given them both and still they accept me.
Originally posted by AshleyD
I personally just don't see an issue in it. I don't get easily put off with something feminine or even something that brings attention to a feminine angle.....My perspective at least.
Originally posted by kinda kurious
So then you would not object to the use of term "bimbo?"
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Well I don't think the terms used are sexist, I for one would love to be called a cute hottie, I ain't heard that for thirty years,
Cute hot sexy, back in my day we were called foxes, , why can't a lady be hot and sexy and intelligent,
[edit on 123030p://bMonday2010 by Stormdancer777]
a girl or woman. : We're gonna take some chicks to dinner and then catch a flick.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw Hill.