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Language! Language! A Guide to Profanity in Literature

What’s appropriate when it comes to using “inappropriate” language in your writing? It’s a question that has divided readers, defined writers, and given librarians more than a headache or two. 701 more words

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Essay: The Sanctity of a good f*ck

Everyone remembers their first fuck.

It’s a pivotal event that occurs generally between the ages of 10-12 that cleaves our childhood from our adolescence. It’s a galvanising moment where we tentatively begin the transition out of innocence into a greater, more ‘adult’ awareness of the world. 1,617 more words

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From the mouths of babes

“Damn it to pus-spewing, blood-gutted hell!”

Source: Family Guy (Episode 2:03, Road to Rhode Island)
Speaker: Stewie Griffin
Creator: Seth McFarlane, Dan Povenmire, Pete Michaels… 187 more words

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Christian Profanity?

Is profanity something to use as a means to reach the unreached? Is profanity a means to remain relevant in today’s world? The link below is to an article that addresses these very questions. 9 more words

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On Curse Words in Fiction | 0.2

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If there’s one thing that has inevitably made people nervous about my fiction, it’s the fact that it uses curse words. 640 more words

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Three %@(£#*$ Stupid Ways To Use Profanity In Fiction, Comics etc..

First of all, there is nothing wrong with using profanity in fiction, comics etc…. However, there are right and wrong ways to use these important parts of the English language in the things you create. 849 more words

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Why Christians Should Value Free Speech

What I mean by free speech and the freedom that comes with it; first and foremost I am not talking about the 1st Amendment.  Although this is equally important to believers; I am talking about free speech with and among unbelievers.   781 more words

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