Slut Shaming

The Third Wave Feminism today looks like the hipster movements back in the 50s and 60s.

Bunch of young people with their freshly new agenda and eager to be recognized.

The only difference is that the people back in 50s and 60s were dealing the real problems. The topic back then was peace, anti-war and anti-nuclear.

Now there don’t seem like a real problem presenting, so people roll up their sleeves and start to make problems.

I get that you are sexually liberated, doesn’t matter. But you don’t need to tell everyone that you are sexually liberated.

Slut-shaming, for example, is one of the agenda today’s feminists are fighting for.

Their relentless goal of bending the term from derogatory to complimentary, is just straight up ridiculous.

I get that people don’t like to be called a slut, no matter men or women. However, in order for you to not be “discriminated” as a “slut”, how is justifying your sexual openness a way to protect you from discrimination?

This looks like, a slut that everybody knows of, now jumps out and announces to everyone loudly that she/he is a big slut. So… what?

Are you expecting people to respect you from now on? Simply because indulgence of sexual activities can be termed as “sexual liberation”?

Does that really skew the definition of slut in common people’s eyes?

So by now if I tell everyone that I am “sexually liberated” and that sort of justifies my behaviors of a slut?

Does that even matter?

I know you love sex. You are free to indulge in sex. But in order to not be disrespected in other people’s eyes, it is not simply skewing the definition of some terms can let other people turn a blind eye.

If you don’t want to be shamed, don’t do shameful things. It does not lie to definition of terms, but moral judgements of the public.

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