Boston Red Sox we are the champions shirt
CLASSIC GUYS / UNISEX TEE
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
It’s a meaning of a word the Boston Red Sox we are the champions shirt we live in has pandered so much to every other idiotic comment like this sadly this will probably get changed we should just stop speaking all together so as not to offend anyone let’s go back to being cave people can’t use cavemen I might offend someone. Sadly the person responsible for that description had passed away. I am sure he regrets not rewarding it before he had a cardiac arrest. Must be time to check all the books ever written that might have a reference to a woman that is not applicable now
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The idea of a dictionary or a thesaurus is that they portray the usage people gives to the words, if you want to change what you find when you search for the word feminine you should change (and of course everybody else should agree) what are perceived as feminine, demanding an entry of the dictionary to change just to follow the agenda is coercive and useless, that’s not the way a language works. To be a true woman implies strength. All the words connected to weakness and frailty do not apply to women. Love is a Boston Red Sox we are the champions shirt. Empathy is the strength. Care is a strength. I do not dislike the man. I dislike women behaving like toys or kittens. I absolutely agree that softness and tenderness are qualities that women would like to show but most of them cannot afford.
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The meaning of words can only be changed if the context in which it is used by the majority changes. You can’t just go and change any aspect of the language just because you want to, it has to be something that most users can agree upon. You can, however, add new uses of the word as words can have multiple meanings. I totally get the thinking behind this and I’m totally behind it. But the concept is flawed because, purely from a love of language, dictionaries are, and absolutely always should be DESCRIPTIVE, not PRESCRIPTIVE. That is they merely describe common usage, they cannot and should not try to prescribe how we use our language. If you want to change the dictionary, change society. It’s up to us to change outmoded societal norms. We choose our language, not dictionaries.