from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A boy or man regarded as effeminate.
- n. A person regarded as timid or cowardly.
- n. Informal Sister.
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- n. An effeminate boy or man.
- n. A timid, unassertive or cowardly person.
- n. A male crossdresser who adopts feminine behaviours.
- n. Sister.
- n. Urination.
- adj. Effeminate.
- adj. Cowardly.
He may be anÂignorantÂor thoughtless person, but I no more think he is a homophobe for using the word "faggot" than I believe any of you areÂhomophobesÂfor using the word "sissy."
He may be anignorantor thoughtless person, but I no more think he is a homophobe for using the word "faggot" than I believe any of you arehomophobesfor using the word "sissy."
He was teased since the 4th grade because he liked to play with girls, didn't like sports, wasn't aggressive or assertive -- he was called a sissy, that is where it began.
If Obama, continues to only respond to McCain and Hillary, like I said I will vote for him but I encourage the rest of you not to, don't be stupid between the old man and the crazy lady, go with the old man the crazy lady will get us all killed the sissy is just going to make you all girly men.
More like rebels without a clue. preaching noncoformity yt who all ware the stupid lookin sissy cloths and who all needed to be high to identify with there groupThese were no more than kids who's parents had enough money that they had nothig better to do that find something to bitch about.
Either I have very soft white virgin sissy buns or these damn grundies are made out of burlap.
TO ANONYMOUS who likes to use the word sissy, but cannot spell the word 'raping.'
To be frank, any man who has been called a sissy and any woman who has felt pressure to be hyperfeminine is impacted when pop culture promotes rigid gender norms.
that's korean for "rubbing alcohol"If I were with first-timers, I would have ordered what I call the sissy soju.
Because there's something worse than being in prison, and it's being a 'sissy' -- according to South Carolina prisons director Jon Ozmint.