, what a classy leave, that shows u're much worthy than TTennisfan
Ok, I guess it'd be useless, but I'm going to explain you 1 more time (without getting upset at your words, insulting back, or whatever else).
So maybe "Bitch" has a sexist connotation in English. I don't know much about that, I'm not a native English speaker.
What I know is that "Salope" in French can be said without any sexist allusion.
If you already studied a bit well a foreign language, you should know that the translation a dictionary gives you isn't always exact, and surely doesn't contain all the references and sub-meanings coming from a different culture associated to a word.
This explanation stands also for Santiago92
and his parallel between "Bitch" & "Puta", coz I guess you're not a native English speaker, but I may be wrong...
On a side note, one of the French translations for "Puta" is extremely sexist... EDIT:
I forgot to say this : in French, almost all words have 2 declinations, one masculine, one feminine, so using a feminine word to describe a woman isn't being sexist, it's only being grammatically correct...