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  1. No, I don't agree, it's not always used as an offensive word.

    Here is a description of sex with a person who does not want it, does not mean it, is used everywhere as an insult. The fact that the words used in this case acquire a certain negative meaning is secondary. It's like the smell left over from bad use.

    At the same time, I can quite calmly imagine some song or something with this word that does not carry a negative in itself.

    Oh, wait, in the question “more often”.

    Well, yes, the fact is that it often expresses the active side of the action, so it is more often used in describing offensive actions.

    By the way, it is interesting that the word” e ” describing the action originally meant the active action of a woman (so in etymology).

  2. First, not all of them. Secondly , as monotheistic (mainly Abrahamic, can someone add) religions spread, obscene vocabulary often developed as a counterbalance to previous beliefs that were based on the most primitive archetypes. These include the masculine and feminine principles, as well as their interaction.

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