I'm not fishing here, I'm genuinely trying to gauge community standards.
In my world, making fun of men by calling them effeminate, or girly-men, or gay, or limp-wristed, or ... well, you get the idea, is something that sort of died out about five or ten years ago. In my day to day life, I literally never hear stuff life that, even playing basketball at the gym. I suspect this may be a regional thing. It's just so rare in my life that it's jarring when I hear it. It's especially jarring to hear my entire generation labelled that way.
I'm sure I'm being too sensitive about it, but am I the only one who finds it offensive? If so, I'll just let it go, but it seems like such a bizarrely outdated thing to use to belittle someone.
If I'm just in the tiny minority here, then I'll just deal - it's not the end of the world either way - but I was curious from a sociological perspective whether anyone else finds that line of trash talking to sound sort of antiquated.