Does the first amendment protect our rights to say bad words
Technically. As long as you don't use them to cause a threat to national security or people around you, it's fine.
Bad words are just a form of speech.
The first amendment does not protect our rights to say bad words, although it protects the right to freedom and speech. It guards the rights by prohibiting the government from denying citizens their rights.
No. It protects your right to speak your mind.
naw. Was speaking in classroom talking about dogs. Noted female was called a bitch. Children looked in dictionary. Got back to admin and I was not asked back. So not fully protected..