When it comes to political language, the title of this week’s Lad Bible is offensive enough.
In a column for the publication, the author, who goes by the pseudonym The Lad, suggests that the word “bitch” is a euphemism for “faggot”.
The title is followed by a series of graphic illustrations that show a woman in a revealing outfit.
This, he argues, shows that “bitches” should be “hanging from hooks and chain-link fences, with their faces covered and their lips sealed with a string”.
The author then argues that “it is a shame that the words used in our society are so offensive to our children”.
The word “fag” is also used by the author as an insult, while the word for “slut” is used to describe a woman who “does not submit to her husband”.
The Lad also argues that the term “fucking” should not be used in the context of gay marriage, while “ghetto” and “white” are also used in such terms.
The Lad believes that these terms are “offensive, and the fact that we continue to use them in this way is a sign that we still have some way to go”.
In the column, the Lad also says that people should be allowed to vote by using a “white paper” and that women should be treated with “respect” when in public.
The article, which appears to have been published last year, has since been deleted from The Lad’s website.
“This week, The Lad has been contacted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which is asking us to remove this article,” The Lad said in a statement.
We want to make it clear that we have no intention of censoring any views, but we also believe that the use of these terms in this context should be subject to appropriate criticism and discussion.” “
We have also received a number of complaints from readers who feel that this article is offensive, and that the language used is disrespectful to their identities.
We want to make it clear that we have no intention of censoring any views, but we also believe that the use of these terms in this context should be subject to appropriate criticism and discussion.”
The Lad is not the first to use the term to describe homosexuals.
In January, a petition on Change.org calling for the release of a film called The Stonewall Riots was launched.
It claimed that the film “should be made into a movie, and not be censored”.
The petition received over 50,000 signatures and was later backed by the US film studio, Participant Media.
The film is due to be released in April.