PSA: The Oregon ‘O’ Hand Sign Means ‘Vag*na’ In American Sign Language

by 8 years ago

via The NYT:

“I did the ‘O’ once, and I never did it again,” said LaMichael James, the team’s star running back, who recently injured his right elbow. When discussing this, James spoke quietly so that those nearby would not hear. He would not make the sign. His elbow hurt, he demurred.

Older players recommended the sign language course, players said, because they found it engaging and intuitive — they had grown up using different signing systems on the field. A few players said sign language was a welcome alternative to Spanish, which had been a struggle in high school.

Obligatory:

Te-he.

Hat Tip: Lost Letterman


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