Authors: Analytic Birb
The apparent contradiction of the status of women as both thots and queens, as expressed by the sentences ‘if she breathes, she’s a thot’ and ‘all women are queens’ is examined. The problem is formalized using the law of the excluded middle and a counterexample to the assertion is provided. The implications of the lack of a paradox are discussed.
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