When she spurned Apollo's love, he cursed her so that no one would believe her truthful prophecies! Aggressive did appear in two reviews of men, in the context of them being urged to be more aggressive. Shirley Temple should be credited for propelling this moniker to greater heights. The standard for university teams in is to play under one mascot: Have you ever heard a man described as feisty? Eric Bristow's most memorable quotes after Crafty Cockney dies, aged
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Other words were disproportionately applied to women, including bossy, aggressive, strident, emotional and irrational. It is a double standard Georgetown University linguist Deborah Tannen calls ' The Hillary Factor ' — a sexist double bind where women who are seen as 'too gentle' or 'emotional' are considered not up to the task of leadership. Together, we can hope to inspire each other to embrace our strength and rewrite what it means today. Ever heard of Dante Alighieri's Inferno? Who decides which stories are told?