The word “cocktail” was once used to describe the genitals of female politicians, but now the term is being used to refer to the breasts of female MPs. 

Harford County Government, in Kent, is now using the term “cocktails” to refer specifically to the female politicians of its county. 

This comes as Harvey Norman MP, who is also a former minister, has said she will “never be a member of a party that supports women’s sexual autonomy” and she has not endorsed the use of the term to describe women in the public sphere. 

In January, the county council voted to ban the use “cocktailed” and the word is also now being used in the context of political parties. 

In response to the statement, Cllr Neil Green, who represents Harford County Council, said: “I would like to make clear to the Harford and Worcester County Council that we are not in favour of the use by politicians of the insult Cocktails, as that is clearly an abuse of that term and is a term of derision.””

I will never be a person that supports the use and abuse of a term that has such a negative and demeaning connotation.” 

In response to the statement, Cllr Neil Green, who represents Harford County Council, said: “I would like to make clear to the Harford and Worcester County Council that we are not in favour of the use by politicians of the insult Cocktails, as that is clearly an abuse of that term and is a term of derision.”

It is an insult to the people of Harford, Worcester and all of Essex that any elected official in any political party or group would misuse that word to describe their own body parts, or their female colleagues, or a female MP.” 

Harfords County Council’s decision to ban Cocktails was made by a vote of 4-3 in September. 

The council has previously used Cocktails to describe female MPs and the term has also been used by Conservative MPs.

In January this year, Conservative MP Katie Chapman was accused of using Cocktails in a video which was posted on Facebook by the website Breitbart. 

She claimed she was “just enjoying a cocktail” and did not mean to insult anyone. 

A similar video by Conservative MP Alan Donohue was also viewed millions of times.

The term Cocktails has been used to insult women in other countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil and Spain. 

It has also come under fire for its use by men in the US.

He added that he would never be allowed to use Cocktails as an epithet. “

He was the greatest abuser of women since the second world war,” Trump wrote.

He added that he would never be allowed to use Cocktails as an epithet. 

President Trump’s Twitter rant has been profoundly under fire from women who claim that the president is abusing his power by using the word to refer only to women in his own country. 

Trump has previously said he would not use the term Cocktail, as the word has been in common use in England and Wales since the late 19th century. 

However, Trump has now also declared himself a Cocktail and said he would never use the insult in his country.

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