User talk:Race353

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As has been explained numerous times before, the word "Bachelorette" did NOT originate in a radical feminist milieu, and is NOT advocated by radical feminists, and in fact its early associations were much more with 1960s journalists' jargon and TV game shows than with feminists. If you want to do something productive with the article (as opposed to spewing a ranting tirade), please go to the discussion page Talk:Bachelorette and try to discuss factual issues in reasoned manner). AnonMoos (talk) 02:00, 25 August 2013 (UTC)

Your same old nonsense again[edit]

As you've been told multiple times, "bachelorette" has a lot more to do with journalistic jargon and TV game shows than anything else. These contexts were not particularly associated with "political correctness", and in fact Bachelorette is not particularly a "politically correct" word. The simple fact, whether you like it or not, is that the word "spinster" acquired strong negative connotations among the general population of non-lawyers beginning centuries ago, long before anyone ever heard of "political correctness". Meanwhile, it would be nice if you could actually discuss things, instead of merely sporadically disfiguring the article with your pointless misspelled rants... AnonMoos (talk) 05:10, 17 July 2014 (UTC)

Please do not add nonsense to Wikipedia. Such edits are considered vandalism and quickly undone. If you would like to experiment, please use the sandbox instead. Thank you.