Why "faggot" should not be considered a slur, with comedian Bread Foster!

We live in a tremendously sensitive society.  As a result a lot of words and phrases seem to be "taboo" now that weren't previously the case.  There are entire websites dedicated to labeling everyone that uses the phrase "no homo" or "fag" as homophobic individuals in fact.  Even former Disney star, musician, and general so-irrelevant-she-can't-even-get-booked-on-Hollywood-Squares celebrity Hillary Duff has thrown herself behind the stand against calling ANYTHING gay.  The funny thing is that most people offended by this terminology aren't even gay people at all.  It's the people who go out of their way to be morally and politically correct and are out to censor everything and take it in the wrong context.

During Asked Episode 173 guest starring Bread Foster, the New Jersey-based comedian got to discuss with us whether or not people are easy offended by his humor in a society that considers virtually any phrase some kind of "offensive slur."  He had an amazing answer that pretty much sums up what needed to be said about being offended by such words.  Check it out in the clip featured below.

 

You can also check out the episode 173 in its entirety with Bread Foster by clicking here, and be sure to follow him on both his main Twitter account @BreadFoster and his secondary account @ProSexTips for more comedy and wisdom!