I’m not one to be a prude about sexuality, so it’s not the vulgarity of the terms that makes me cringe, it’s just that they are undeniably creepy.
It’s not Trump, it’s us–collectively as a culture–who are perpetuating the mindset that it’s ok to speak of women in terms of “pussy”, and it’s normal for women to be reduced to a pile of tits and asses and legs in stilettos.
Considering that sex requires more than one party, it is ignorant to point a dirty finger at solely the woman.
Don’t out us. Even if we’re comfortable with our identity, we don’t know if everyone else is going to be the same way. Let us do the talking on this one and if necessary, let us stay in the closet where it’s safe.
A man who likes himself isn’t going to guilt you for posting a photo where you look sexy. He’s not going to demand you change your outfit before going out to a bar.
Reaching out to exes: Of course you’re going to send a seductive selfie or a suggestive sext to an old flame when you need to get laid, hoping for a little attention from someone who once gave it to you. You’d be an idiot not to!
“When I was in my early twenties I tried to engage in casual sex because I thought that’s what women my age were supposed to do.”
I was no longer girlfriend material. Because sexy, sensual, slutty women don’t make good girlfriends when you’re young – cute girls do.
What does it mean to love both Jesus and the same sex? Throughout the past decade, homosexuality has become increasingly accepted in many Western circles, yet the tension between being religious and being gay remains.