She talks about woman-centred culture, woman-centred business and woman-centred life. Significantly, however, they represent a "tit-and-arse landscape" Barbara Ellen,with the breasts and buttocks over-exposed and the genital area airbrushed away. Germaine Greer's key feminist text is titled The Female Eunuchthough accusations of penis envy serve merely to trivialise the feminist feeling of physical and linguistic marginalisation. Most print media still baulk at printing CUNT, resorting to the rather quaint convention of asterisk substitution" More potent than any of these explanations, however, is the male castration complex, the fear that the penis will be removed during intercourse:
It should be an act of affirmation by self and not negation by others"
“Your all Cunts”
Just as the iconography of the vagina dentata is still present in contemporary culture, the myth itself also survives. Its reappropriation is not universally accepted, however: Interestingly, 'cwtch' also 'cwtch', with modern forms 'cwts' and 'cwtsh' means 'hollow place' as a noun and is thus another vaginal metaphor and 'hide' as a verb. Paul Casey, ; "isn't that Italian "champagne"? In one tale from the Tuamotos Islands, the eels in a woman called Faumea's vagina kill all men. Similar to 'see you next Tuesday' is "see you in Toledo" Brooke Gladstone,though in this case the letter 'n' is provided by a contraction of 'in'. No woman wants to find out that she has a twat like a horse-collar" [a].