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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
I think in a lot of cases it's a word that someone can use as an attempt to devalue a person to get one up on them or even a group of people in order to feel better about themselves.
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Posted 11/29/15

potentsativa wrote: I think in a lot of cases it's a word that someone can use as an attempt to devalue a person to get one up on them or even a group of people in order to feel better about themselves.
or its those who likes to be called such and gets exited.

Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15

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potentsativa wrote: I think in a lot of cases it's a word that someone can use as an attempt to devalue a person to get one up on them or even a group of people in order to feel better about themselves.
or its those who likes to be called such and gets exited.



Both it just depends really.
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Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/30/15
when I hear it I just think of a girl who sleeps with a lot of people
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A person that sleeps with multiple people.
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i've been called a slut multiple times just for the fact i got pregnant young. thing is like everyone else said a slut is someone who sleeps around a lot and that i dont haha
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going by the definition makes it certainly easier to keep its usage more restricted, I hope.
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Posted 11/29/15
don't hoe around the hole 18!
Hole in one!!

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something something something
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Just gonna say any sexual activities can make you fall under being a slut, not just sex.
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Posted 11/29/15
i think they're both degrading terms
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Posted 11/29/15 , edited 11/29/15
Is not a whore a person regardless of gender who preforms sexual acts upon another person for financial compensation.?And a slut a person whom preforms sexual acts upon multiple people for the sheer enjoyment of the fact. One is a profession, one of the oldest next to soldier and farmer. The other is a degrading term used for somebody with an very active sex life.
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Posted 11/29/15 , edited 12/2/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

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.


I don't normally post, but I felt compelled to say something about this. (Assuming you live in America) We don't live in a shame culture, we live in a guilt culture. In over simplified terms, western civilizations live in a culture of guilt that is rooted in medieval Christianity with theologians such as Saint Augustine and Basil. In guilt cultures you are supposed to inherently feel guilty for being born because of "original sin". Basically we were born evil, and we should feel bad about any of our natural impulses because they are inherently evil.

I just wanted to make that distinction because shame cultures follow eastern philosophies focusing more specifically on protecting family reputations for the pragmatic benefit of society. I figure this wasn't entirely what you were referring to, but this is a real thing that is studied by people, and it drives me crazy to see terms used inaccurately.

It's true that people are shamed in our culture, but our culture is not oriented around it. There are a crazy amount of books on this cultural dichotomy, so I won't say much more about it.

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Posted 11/29/15
I think there is a strong distinction to be made between a "slut" and a women who enjoys sex on a realistic basis. Lets be candid everyone likes sex (for the most part) and I don't think a women being open about it the same as a man would, constitutes her being labeled a slut. Frankly Id rather a woman have some experience rather than be completely clueless.
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