What are Mexican soccer supporters yelling?
XNUMX years living in Mexico,
“Showing the true face of Mexico to the world!”
with the motto
I'm Kou Iwasaki, a professional Mexican travel guide and driver.
I am writing from Mexico today.
If you are interested in soccer,
You've probably heard this topic before.
Today's topic is Spanish.
If you feel uncomfortable
Please skip this time.
While knowing that
The reason why I would like to introduce
"Slang is also part of Mexican culture"
Soccer Brazil Cup, Russia Cup,
Chants (cheering) by Mexican supporters became a problem.
If you say what this is saying,
I'm saying. (smile)
FIFA sees this as a problem.
“If you do it next time, it will be a penalty.”
I warned the Mexican side.
The reason why FIFA sees it as a problem is because
"I insulted a homosexual man"
I saw it as a sexually discriminatory term.
"Puto" certainly means a male homosexual.
On the other hand, Puta means prostitute.
Never use it while traveling. (bitter smile)
If you can make Mexican friends,
(depending on the person's education)
You will hear it often.
Actually, I use it a lot when I'm with friends like that. (Sweat due to bad education)
Therefore, it is not absolutely NG,
It's a very common word, depending on the situation.
when you mess up something
Saying like a monologue and holding his head in despair,
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Saying that to himself, he rolled his eyes and was shocked.
But if you say this to a woman,
you areone-time exit.
This is no good.
The man is a putto,
I also jokingly make fun of my homosexual friends. (bitter smile)
(I'm a gaijin with a foul mouth)
So why do you shout that at soccer games?
In realityThis includesno homosexualityIt is
Is Mexico the same as Japan?It was a male-dominated culture. (is.)
For example, without courage,
A man who can't make up his mind
I'm going to make fun of you with puto.
In English, we call it chicken.
I say good things to my boss and colleagues who flatter above me. (smile)
I don't mean homosexuality here,
"A man is as weak as a woman"
It is used in the sense that
(This is just an image, there are actually many women who are tougher than men.)
In other words,
The background is the long-standing image of male superiority.
Goalkeeper of the opposing team in soccer,
a free kicker
just before kicking the ball
They are yelling and ridiculing.
It's a common kind of heckling in sports cheering.
not a sexist term
That's Mexico's point of view.
FIFA didn't understand. (sorrow)
Thank you to all the supporters outside of Mexico,
Japan too! ?
It seems that I started using this by imitating it.
(There is no confirmation,,,)
When someone slips for uke,
Including people you don't know
You can often see the spectacle of ridiculing at bars. (smile)
Just a two-letter word
I have this background.