For a while, actually too long, I was brainwashed by 2nd wave feminism theory, and was "offended" by the word "Bitch." Of course, in that form of mind EVERYTHING offended me!
I was beginning to think that my sexual fantasies were politically incorrect, so I tried to change them, resulting in lackluster sex, I began to believe virtually every man was a predator set on raping me or at least "keeping me down"
When I had my first baby, I realized the 2nd Wave Feminism has COMPLETELY forgone the idea of Motherhood as a worthy thing to do with one's times, and ignored the proper care and feeding of children so one can do "better things" with ones time than care for their infants, either not having children, or letting strangers raise them. And I also began to re-believe that things like the idea that there are men who really do love us and care about us, and we don't need to be on the offense occurred to me. It was probably more the complete ignoring of Motherhood and it's power and neccesity that turned me off of this type of feminism, but when I became a mother, I couldn't bring the two together, because I KNEW my kids were more important than my "personal career goals" and that in order to take care of them properly, and be a good partner to My Man I was going to run afoul of most Feminist Thought.
So, I had to again, change the way I looked at the world and change the way I looked at people and language. And, with that, I started my POST Feminist Age, I started using the word "bitch" not as an insult, but as a way of reclaiming MY way of doing things (because I AM "a bitch") and being true to myself. I also reclaimed words like "slut" as I saw my Gay friends reclaiming "dyke" "fag" "femme" "fruit" and other words which were once used as insults.
There is also no way I could have balanced this kind of feminist thought with our sex life, which is strongly inclined towards Power Play and D/S fantasy and play.
Your mileage may vary.