By Christopher Fairman
@$#*%! Our such a lot taboo notice and the way the legislation retains it forbidden.
This interesting learn is set the notice "fuck", the legislations, and the taboo. no matter if you shout it out on the street or whisper it within the bed room, intentionally plan a protest, or spontaneously blurt it out, in the event you say "fuck," somebody desires to silence you, both with a filthy glance around the room or through creating a rule that you simply can't say the be aware. while it's the govt attempting to cleanse your language, even though, you have to fear. phrases are rules. If the govt controls the phrases we use, it will possibly regulate what we predict. to guard this liberty, we needs to first comprehend why the law's therapy of "fuck" places that freedom at risk.
This e-book examines the legislation surrounding the be aware and divulges either inconsistencies in its remedy and stress with different identifiable felony rights that the legislations easily doesn't solution. the facility of taboo offers the framework to appreciate those uncertainties. It additionally explains why makes an attempt to curtail using "fuck" via legislations are doomed to fail. essentially, it persists since it is taboo; now not regardless of it.
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Additional info for Fuck: Word Taboo and Protecting our First Amendment Liberties
Authors can draw upon all of our words, taboo or not, for expression. That is precisely what Allan Sherman has done. ” It is then followed by a nine-page, single-spaced footnote that discusses our fear of the word and how it has impacted our attitudes about sex. Included in the footnote is the author’s own anecdote of how he freed himself from the bondage of the word by forcing himself to type fuck over and over. Five hundred pages later, he was immune to the taboo. Using this technique, Sherman graphically demonstrates just how much baggage we force fuck to carry.
Collectively, they all deal with situations in which one is at risk of serious harm. Improper handling of food can lead to sickness and death. Our body fluids not only harbor disease but can also contaminate others. Dangerous animals and disease directly threaten our health and security. One even puts the soul at risk when dealing with the sacred. Thus, specific behaviors viewed as dangerous to the individual or community become taboo to protect the community from harm. From Taboo Acts to Taboo Words But I’m concerned with taboo words, not acts.
But if the lead singer of the band U2, Bono, accepts a Golden Globe award exclaiming “this is really, really fucking brilliant,” or Cher or Nicole Richie says fuck just once on live TV, the Federal Communication Commission is poised to sanction the broadcasting stations for the fleeting reference as indecent speech describing sexual activity. If that conclusion isn’t baffling enough, those same TV stations can show Tom Hanks swearing like a soldier on the beaches of Normandy in Saving Private Ryan and that’s fine.