I am female and I realize it matters. I know men are more accustomed to salty language and that it’s pretty commonplace in work and casual settings for men to use profanity during conversation with one another.
My husband, sons and other male family members do not talk that way in the presence of ladies and I respect them for it.
Most women do not talk this way - well, at least the women I know and like to spend time with.
So yes, my viewpoint on this is obviously much different than others who are weighing in on this topic.
I respect your position and I dont speak that way around the women folk(or at least I try not to)I would have said something stronger to the supposed reporter but thats just me.There is time for decorum and this wasnt it.imo
At least this was a male reporter he told off. It would have been much worse it was a woman. Then the media would pool it with Akin story to “paint a picture” like they did with “corruption” in 2006.