Another day, another ridiculous statement from men that we have to deal with.
As well as literally all the other double standards women have to face compared to their male counterparts, now it seems we can't even refer to parts of our own body without being regarded as 'vulgar'.
In a tiring Twitter tirade, an account going only by the name of Eric - run by Eric Amunga, a 'masculinity coach' - told his 337,000 followers: "Men, stay away from vulgar women. A feminine, respectful woman values what she speaks or writes."
He continued: "A woman who easily says or writes "f***", "vagina", "d***" is a NO.
"Vulgar women are damaged women who come with emotional baggage. FOCUS ON YOUR LIFE."
A clever attempt at satire? Unfortunately not, it seems that Eric is actually being serious.
Naturally, Eric's comments garnered a lot of response on Twitter by both men and women, who were left puzzled about what a woman should call her private area if vagina is out of the question.
"Vagina is vulgar?" queried one woman. "I'm a gynaecologist. What am I supposed to call it, a pocketbook?"
A second joked: "Wow, have we retrograded to the Dark Ages and I didn't get the memo?"
"What the f*** am I supposed to call my vagina, Eric?" a third asked, perfectly reasonably.
While a man also questioned: "What's she supposed to call her vagina then, genius?"
Another joker added: "Women aren't supposed to have vaginas. That's a sign of vulgarity."
One of the best responses we found was: "I call my vagina Eric."
Comedian Sarah Silverman was quick to make light of the situation, and managed to use all three 'vulgar' words in a sentence.
"Yeah, stay the f*** away from our vaginas with your d***s," she hit back.
Ladies, we are here for the 'vulgarity'!
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