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What are "Anglo girls"? Angles were Germanic tribes who settled in East Anglia (in Norfolk and Suffolk) the clues are in the names. This article does not appear to be about women predominately from that area of England.
Old fashioned way to describe English people is Anglo-Saxon. If that is what is ment then why not use that word? "Anglo-" according to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is used as a prefix to denote England or English and by extention Britain British. Although as an aside that is not in the dictionary, the other peoples of the archipelago dislike the association unles it is for immigrants from England eg Anglo-Irish. Stand in a Glasgow pub on a Saturday night and tell the clientele in a loud voice that tell them "You are bunch of Anglos" and when they stare uncomprehendingly, tell them "English [your favourite expletive]" and see if they agree with you!
The OED points out that although the combined word may be shortened, it has to be taken in the context of the person or place where it is shortened. Eg Anglo in Canada means Anglo-Canadian, Anglo in India means Anglo-Indian and in America Anglo-American.
"The Anglosphere is the name given to all those countries in the world where the majority of people speak English as their first language" - Andrew Roberts
I think that if you were to tell the average person in Kingston Jamaica that they are Anglos they would stare at you in incomprehension.
I sugest that either Anglo is defined in the first sentence or it is changed to "English speaking"
Most of the article seems to be complaining about women so why not use that word instead of girl in the title, or miss out the redirect and use femoid.
This would give a far better article name of "English speaking femoids". 2405:8100:8000:5CA1:0:0:83:995C 15:01, 21 September 2021 (UTC)
- Midwit autism. the way the term is used in this sense is to refer to women of the anglosphere, weird that they use that word to denote the UK and their settler colonies. "English speaking femoids". Except it's not talking about that, but specifically women of anglo-celtic/british stock and the charming characteristics of them. Also, it's cute that you assume you know something about English history that I haven't already forgot.Altmark22 (talk) 03:55, 23 September 2021 (UTC)
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"particularly Australian women are also notorious for their uncouth behavior". How do they differ from Australian men? Are the authors of this article intentionally looking down their noses at Australian culture (like the Oxford educated English Monty Python crew did in their Bruces sketch in the 1970s). I suggest the sentence is removed.2405:8100:8000:5CA1:0:0:83:995C 15:01, 21 September 2021 (UTC)