How to avoid getting the “F-word” at a Nashville hotel
“F” is the number of the “f-word,” a word that was once considered offensive in the United States.
But according to the Nashville Hotel Association, Nashville hotels are now accepting the word without hesitation.
The association says it’s time to let guests know it’s OK to say the word.
“Our hotel industry has always been inclusive,” said Sarah Kline, the association’s vice president of communications.
“We’ve been welcoming guests of all backgrounds and races, with a wide range of styles and attire, and that’s what’s made us so successful over the years.”
While the word has been banned at some hotels, like the Trump International Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Kline says that is changing.
In Nashville, hotels are also starting to use the word to mean “love” instead of “faggot.”
And it’s not just the hotel industry that is moving on the word; many businesses are embracing it.
Kline said Nashville hotels have been accepting the “word without hesitation” since last year.
“Our hotel community has embraced this word and we are seeing a lot of positive change across the hospitality industry,” she said.
According to the association, the word was banned in 18 states and the District of Columbia.
But since Nashville is a city of more than 6 million, it’s unclear how many hotels are actually banning the word, which Kline called a “positive development.”