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All good. We don't use footnotes (except sometimes inside very complicated etymologies, e.g. Mandarin proverbs). And citations like you provided are a major part of the format, so they don't have to be small. Thanks! Robert Ullmann 12:16, 8 November 2006 (UTC)
Probably best left a unisex term
Your edit on cock tease changed "person" to "woman", with the edit-summary comment "It is a woman unless you saying that men are also cock-tearers!"
Well, I suppose it may also happen among gay men.
The Wikipedia entry says "a person, usually a girl". That covers both cases: the possibility of it being applied to either gender, and the probability of it being applied to a younger female. Would that phrasing, or "a person, usually a woman", be acceptable to you?
Myself, I'd prefer the last term to be "woman", or even "young woman", rather than "girl", simply to avoid any perceived connotation of pedophilia, but I must admit that the term "girl" has been applied to legally adult women as well as to legal minors. (In Chaucer's time it referred to a "youth" of either gender.) – SAJordan talkcontribs 07:17, 24 Dec 2006 (UTC).
- I think your suggestion of: "a person, usually a woman" is the best idea. Merry Christmas by the way!--Williamsayers79 19:48, 24 December 2006 (UTC)