Thursday, July 17, 2014

Sluts and Sissies

Jim writes:
Sluts cause collective externalities far more serious than tobacco smokers. Because of the grave and great externalities produced by sluts, they should be taxed and penalized, like tobacco smokers, only at considerably higher rates, rather than subsidized, and subjected to official shaming and exclusion similar to that applied to tobacco smokers, only more severe.

I comment:

People are offended by the use of the word "slut" because they think it's demeaning to women in general.  They think it's an unjust word because it applies to women only.  They try to discredit the basic assumption behind the word by saying that, "it takes two to make a slut." 

But it takes many more than two to make a slut.  A slut is made by many encounters with many men.

Jim also writes:
For men, there is an equivalent to a girl being easy.  If a man who wants to marry young, reveals that he wants to marry young, no woman will want him.  Women despise men who are eager to have a relationship, even good women despise men who are eager to have a relationship, just as men despise women who are eager to have sex...
...Everyone admires the man who has sex with lots of women, because that is hard, while everyone despises the woman that has sex with lots of men, because that is easy.
The male equivalent of a slut is the emotionally promiscuous man who quickly shares his heart with every girl that comes along, whether he's able to be physically intimate with them or not.  Such men usually don't get any, because they are despised by everyone, including sluts.

1 comment:

Mark Citadel said...

Apparently now you aren't even allowed to call sex workers by their true title. Also, calling somebody a psycho is an example of 'ableism'

The insanities continue spiraling.