Snoop Dogg claims to have reformed himself into a bit of a feminist after promising not to refer to women in derogatory terms in his new songs. That means you'll no longer be hearing the phrases b*ches, hoes, or whores in his lyrics.

Snoop DoggSnoop Dogg says he's turning his women-insulting ways around

"Definitely, my attitude has changed towards women," he told Sky News. "I am more sensitive and more vulnerable writing-wise and accepting a woman for being a beautiful person, as opposed to me saying she is a bitch and a whore."

Still, the 43-year-old has no regrets about his questionable rhymes in the past, saying, "That was how I was trained when I first started, so I have no regrets," he said.

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"As I grew I fell in love with my wife and started to love my mother, my grandmother and my daughter. I understood what a woman was and I started to write about and express that.

"Once I figured out there was room to grow and learn and to be a better person, then I incorporated that in everything I was doing. I don't feel like you can be ashamed or mad about not knowing - if you don't know, you don't know."

Still, before he snaps up a This is What a Feminist Looks Like t-shirt, Dogg might want to rethink his forays into the porn business. In 2000, he directed Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle, a pornographic film produced by Hustler and combining hip hop with x-rated material. He went on to direct Snoop Dogg's Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp in 2002.

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