When the French first landed on Australian soil they attempted (in a kind of early "ethnomusicology") to notate the songs and "war cries" of the Aborigines, including the famous cooee. I've seen the results, beautifully presented in music copperplate, with the words written in a sort of French phonology, e.g. "couille" for cooee. The Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe tells a funny story about perfecting his pronunciation for a presentation about all this to a French audience. The nice librarian at the embassy who was helping him failed to mention that "couilles" in fact means balls.
I love that Wikipedia link, though, because it has the yell written out as an actual musical score. Hee! Apparently it's been copyrighted. And if you try to sing it, you'll come out with just the right yell. Ululating sounds a bit different, IMHO.
I absolutely agree, c_b and John. Let's all start celebrating womanly words and phrases! Instead of saying, "That'll put hair on your chest!" we could say, "That'll give you breasts!" This could be a truly ovular discussion.
Pussies are in fact muscular and strong. Just think what they have to put up with! Scrotum is a much better insult. They're thin, weak, and easily shrivel up under pressure. Calling something a pussy should be a compliment!