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What Do You Think Of The Word Whore/Slut? What Sexual Behaviors Does a Person Need to Do To Qualify?
Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15
I feel uncomfortable with the word. It seems to me it looks down on other people's sexual lives way too often for reasons I can't understand. I mean, people in certain countries hate "whores" so much that they call anyone not covered head to toe in a burka a whore (girls only) I feel bad using a word that is subjective and the same word used by these people.

What do you think?
Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/30/15
Well, as a woman I can tell you being called a slut can feel very degrading and offensive from the wrong person. I guess depends on who says it , where you are, context. If its some friends "oh you slut look at you!" in a gregarious fashion, idgaf :lol:

Edit: typically reserved for leches and wardrobe malfunctions. Use is tightly reserved .
Posted 11/29/15
My ho makes me call her that. Personally I feel uncomfortable with it, but w.e.
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Posted 11/29/15
I feel bad for girls, You get called Whore's, slut's and prostitutes. and the only thing men get called. D's.
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Posted 11/29/15
Depends. I like it when boy calls me a slut. I call him a whore right back.



Anyway, definition usually depends on who you ask. Words are only given power by the people that get offended by it.
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Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15

Words are only given power by the people that get offended by it.

I actually can't say it better myself.
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Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15
Whores and sluts are the same thing. But some men would argue differently.

I have no qualms degrading women with these terms, I'm actually a fan of the word cuntlord myself.

To some men, all women are whores, I agree with that notion with a few exceptions being myself and other Honey Badgers/NAWALTs/Red Pill Women.

Looking down on "other people's sex lives".... Let's be honest, women's sex lives are the ones looked down on and for good reason. Slut shaming(even before I got the chance to be a slut) is what kept me relatively clean and desirable.

Being slut shamed worked for many generations until the late 90's with the rise of third wave feminism telling women not to slut Shane each other, now we have many "liberated" women who are single parents or have had as many STDs as there are fingers on your hands.

With the rise of men's groups like MRAs, MGTOW, PUA, Red Pill Men, and female ones like Tradcons, Honey Badgers, Red Pill Women, WGTOW, and #WomenAgainstFeminism, it appears we are slut shaming once again as the extreme left is being repelled and its influence on social media is being destroyed as some media outlets don't like to labeled "Social Justice Warriors" or Manginas like in Colbert's case.

So I think those terms are good, they keep hypergamy in check and there's nothing wrong with having a double standard where men are applauded for multiple sex partners but a woman is penalized, which, biologically, is actually intellectually sound, it just doesn't sound "fair" to others and gynocentrism.

Being slut shamed(before I got the chance to be a slut) certainly helped me out. Although, I always disliked how college girls complained about men asking them their sexual history.

"Gosh, slut shaming, does it matter if I have 1-10?"

When actuality, she has had over 30 men throughout her 4 years of college.

I have 1. Honey Badger > Gynocentrism
Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15
I don't really use those words unless they actually ARE a whore or a slut
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Posted 11/29/15
No one should shame anyone for being happy and doing what they want with their body. No one is a slut or a whore. They are grown ass people with free will.
Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15

Magical-Soul wrote:

Whores and sluts are the same thing. But some men would argue differently.

I have no qualms degrading women with these terms, I'm actually a fan of the word cuntlord myself.

To some men, all women are whores, I agree with that notion with a few exceptions being myself and other Honey Badgers/NAWALTs/Red Pill Women.

Looking down on "other people's sex lives".... Let's be honest, women's sex lives are the ones looked down on and for good reason. Slut shaming(even before I got the chance to be a slut) is what kept me relatively clean and desirable.

Being slut shamed worked for many generations until the late 90's with the rise of third wave feminism telling women not to slut Shane each other, now we have many "liberated" women who are single parents or have had as many STDs as there are fingers on your hands.

With the rise of men's groups like MRAs, MGTOW, PUA, Red Pill Men, and female ones like Tradcons, Honey Badgers, Red Pill Women, WGTOW, and #WomenAgainstFeminism, it appears we are slut shaming once again as the extreme left is being repelled and its influence on social media is being destroyed as some media outlets don't like to labeled "Social Justice Warriors" or Manginas like in Colbert's case.

So I think those terms are good, they keep hypergamy in check and there's nothing wrong with having a double standard where men are applauded for multiple sex partners but a woman is penalized, which, biologically, is actually intellectually sound, it just doesn't sound "fair" to others and gynocentrism.

Being slut shamed(before I got the chance to be a slut) certainly helped me out. Although, I always disliked how college girls complained about men asking them their sexual history.

"Gosh, slut shaming, does it matter if I have 1-10?"

When actuality, she has had over 30 men pump and dump her throughout her 4 years of college.

I have 1. Honey Badger > Gynocentrism


I don't see what's bad about your post. Now that Haikinka said that it's your opinion, and I think that is the truth. :/
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Posted 11/29/15
its completely normal for a female to want to fulfill her only purpose on this earth which is to mate.

the term slut or whore is typically used by unattractive males to express rage at the fact that the female refuses to mate with him yet enthusiastically copulates with other, more attractive males. in female social circles, this term is thrown around by the large tumblrette to unfairly criticize attractive females that are more reproductively successful than themselves.

so ironically the term slut or whore says nothing about the object of the criticism, but reveals tons about the critic.
Posted 11/29/15
Does anyone think a culture of shame is needed or beneficial to negative practices overall? I'm divided. I think it's mean to shame people. That is all I got right now.
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Posted 11/29/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

Whores and sluts are the same thing. But some men would argue differently.

I have no qualms degrading women with these terms, I'm actually a fan of the word cuntlord myself.

To some men, all women are whores, I agree with that notion with a few exceptions being myself and other Honey Badgers/NAWALTs/Red Pill Women.

Looking down on "other people's sex lives".... Let's be honest, women's sex lives are the ones looked down on and for good reason. Slut shaming(even before I got the chance to be a slut) is what kept me relatively clean and desirable.

Being slut shamed worked for many generations until the late 90's with the rise of third wave feminism telling women not to slut Shane each other, now we have many "liberated" women who are single parents or have had as many STDs as there are fingers on your hands.

With the rise of men's groups like MRAs, MGTOW, PUA, Red Pill Men, and female ones like Tradcons, Honey Badgers, Red Pill Women, WGTOW, and #WomenAgainstFeminism, it appears we are slut shaming once again as the extreme left is being repelled and its influence on social media is being destroyed as some media outlets don't like to labeled "Social Justice Warriors" or Manginas like in Colbert's case.

So I think those terms are good, they keep hypergamy in check and there's nothing wrong with having a double standard where men are applauded for multiple sex partners but a woman is penalized, which, biologically, is actually intellectually sound, it just doesn't sound "fair" to others and gynocentrism.

Being slut shamed(before I got the chance to be a slut) certainly helped me out. Although, I always disliked how college girls complained about men asking them their sexual history.

"Gosh, slut shaming, does it matter if I have 1-10?"

When actuality, she has had over 30 men pump and dump her throughout her 4 years of college.

I have 1. Honey Badger > Gynocentrism


I don't see what's bad about your post. Now that Haikinka said that it's your opinion, and I think that is the truth. :/


Ejanss and Saturn are campaigning for a ban to my knowledge. So it's likely just Saturn expressing disapproval.
Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15

Magical-Soul wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

Whores and sluts are the same thing. But some men would argue differently.

I have no qualms degrading women with these terms, I'm actually a fan of the word cuntlord myself.

To some men, all women are whores, I agree with that notion with a few exceptions being myself and other Honey Badgers/NAWALTs/Red Pill Women.

Looking down on "other people's sex lives".... Let's be honest, women's sex lives are the ones looked down on and for good reason. Slut shaming(even before I got the chance to be a slut) is what kept me relatively clean and desirable.

Being slut shamed worked for many generations until the late 90's with the rise of third wave feminism telling women not to slut Shane each other, now we have many "liberated" women who are single parents or have had as many STDs as there are fingers on your hands.

With the rise of men's groups like MRAs, MGTOW, PUA, Red Pill Men, and female ones like Tradcons, Honey Badgers, Red Pill Women, WGTOW, and #WomenAgainstFeminism, it appears we are slut shaming once again as the extreme left is being repelled and its influence on social media is being destroyed as some media outlets don't like to labeled "Social Justice Warriors" or Manginas like in Colbert's case.

So I think those terms are good, they keep hypergamy in check and there's nothing wrong with having a double standard where men are applauded for multiple sex partners but a woman is penalized, which, biologically, is actually intellectually sound, it just doesn't sound "fair" to others and gynocentrism.

Being slut shamed(before I got the chance to be a slut) certainly helped me out. Although, I always disliked how college girls complained about men asking them their sexual history.

"Gosh, slut shaming, does it matter if I have 1-10?"

When actuality, she has had over 30 men pump and dump her throughout her 4 years of college.

I have 1. Honey Badger > Gynocentrism


I don't see what's bad about your post. Now that Haikinka said that it's your opinion, and I think that is the truth. :/


Ejanss and Saturn are campaigning for a ban to my knowledge. So it's likely just Saturn expressing disapproval.

i havent said anything about you to the mods, so it can't be me..

Edit: Oh wait I remember, ejanss said you should, I said its probably just a matter of time.. not the same as campaigning against you.
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Posted 11/29/15

Magical-Soul wrote: Whores and sluts are the same thing. But some men would argue differently.
is not whores those who do it for the money, while sluts do it for fun (could be free and maybe more self enjoyment but also dangerous viewed on?)

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