At this point where everyone is always buzzing with TikTok’s latest slang, it’s no surprise that KAW has everyone talking. Multiple users use this slang on TikTok. Many people have their version of what does KAW mean?† While some have found this word offensive. Yaks! Not the kind of attention anyone would want, right?
As the video sharing platform grows, so does the jargon. So the words we haven’t heard are also getting more and more confusing. Some words are just abbreviations coined by Gen Z to take millennials’ game to the next level. While some abbreviations end up causing more controversy than intended. The last of this discussion is: KAW. So, what does KAW mean on TikTok? Scroll down to find out!
What does KAW mean?
The term KAW is used to oppose previously popular slang. KAW means Kill All Women.
As with most slang on TikTok, it’s hard to find the user who made this slang popular. But what websters can vouch for, the abbreviation is in response to KAM, which means you must kill all the men. This was first conceived by YouTube creator Jenny McDermott.
The Youtuber had coined the term to talk about secular humanism in a twisted way. She stated that as women give birth to more men, they must take care of them, or soon the men will take care of them. Hence the term KAM (Kill all men).
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Another definition TikTok users have for KAW
There is another definition for which TikTok users and the people on the web use KAW. However, these other meanings are surprisingly funny and not at all offensive.
Some TikTokers have explained what KAW means on TikTok. According to them, KAW is used to refer to a particular doll whose distinguishing features are with long sleeves and ‘X’ as the shape of their eyes.
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Here’s my final look after going through numerous accounts that have used the word KAW. It’s fair to say that both are true. But it will eventually be reduced to the context in which the slang is used.
While some use it to promote hatred of the opposite sex, others use it for entertainment. We all know how social media sites are breeding grounds for spreading hate. We will have to wait and see what TikTok does to stop the spread of this hate propaganda.
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