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yay, JohnnyBravo, he prefers to call them "mama" apparently.

If I see a single woman I'll say Woman if I see more than 1 I'll says ladies.
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I still think saying 'Look at that heard of females' is the proper terminology but hey that's just me...
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animegirl2222 wrote:

Female can be referring to anyone of the persuasion of any age, while "women" usually implies maturity and growth. You don't see a lot of people going around calling little girls "women" after all. They're somewhat synonymous terms, but one can't really be used in all contexts easily, while the other can.


Yeah but you don't usually call a little girl "female" either. But I see what you're saying.
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I'm a man and I will use whatever term I want whenever I want because fuck you.
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13 / F / California
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I don't know what you are talking about, I'd much rather hear "females" over calling your wife/husband mama or daddy any day of the week.

That just creeps me out to no end.
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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I prefer the term "hoes". Look at all those hoes.
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In sweden we just say flickor or tjejer (translated to girl and girls) since it's considered rude to say kvinna (translated to woman and female) to someone in Sweden. When a man says they have a female friend then they say something like "tjej vän (translated to female friend)", if they're talking about their GF then they refer to them as "flickvän (translated to girlfriend)". But we never use the word "kvinna" since it's extremely rude over here. xD
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I always call the female gender as 'chick'.
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20 / M / Norway
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I never say woman, which I should when I refer to older females, 18+.
I usually say girls when it comes to talking to people. But a lot of the times I just say female. Examples: "I have a few female friends" <-- I believe this is correctly worded.
Posted 10/24/15
lady or young lady. i think using the term ''woman'' or ''female'' would be awkward in conversation.
Posted 10/24/15 , edited 10/24/15
Females can refer to anything with an inverted dick. Women, on the other hand, are generally tainted.
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saksiss wrote:

I prefer the term "hoes". Look at all those hoes.


Look at all those garden tools.
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I fail to see why any of this matters
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20 / M / Eng Land
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Maybe it depends on where you live. Where I live I've never heard anybody call a woman a 'female', they always say 'woman' or 'lady'.
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19 / M / USA
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"Hey, look at all those females over there."


I have literally never heard anyone say this.

The only time I usually hear people refer to someone as "female" is when it's used as an adjective, like, for example, "female students" or "female celebrities", but it's just as common to hear someone do the same thing with "male", so I'm not really sure what you're complaining about. Using "male" or "female" doesn't sound degrading at all to me.
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