[tlhIngan Hol] rules to live by
mihkoun at gmail.com
Fri Jul 9 07:52:38 PDT 2021
> It's because woman does not imply a
> relationship to anyone, so saying my
> woman is implying actual ownership. In
> contemporary English, that is.
This seems strange..
In Greek we never say "my wife" unless in a very formal setting. 99,999% of
the time we say "my woman" to refer to the one we're married too. And no
one considers this derrogatory; not even the most radical feminists.
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