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They Used Me Like A Slut







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Later in the episode, Sabbith confronts her ex who leaked the pictures while he is slyt a meeting. She kicks him in the balls, punches him in They used me like a slut slkt, and takes a picture of his bloody nose. The lkke slut wins. And that, my friend, is magic. Because the slutty slut never wins, you see. The girls who have pictures leaked, never win. They lose their jobs, they lose their reputations. They are humiliated, shamed. Apologizing, for being sexual privately. For the things we do in the privacy of our bedrooms that we all aren't and shouldn't be doing but apparently are because hey, there are nine billion people on this planet and they got here somehow. Sabbith sits in a dark room and says, "I want to die.

Pictures not of her murdering puppies, or punching toddlers, or raping They used me like a slut people. The stuff that exists under her clothes. The body parts that are somehow more offensive than her toes. Maggie said everything I've been saying for years. And the ironic part is, most of us and maybe I'm wrong here but I'm pretty sure I'm not do the slutty slut stuff. We sleep with our boyfriends. Some of us, sometimes, even enjoy using them. We have boobs and nipples and butts. Which clearly we should all be ashamed of. Because we're the only ones doing it. You hear me, every woman on the planet?

You are the only one doing what you're doing with that guy or girl, or worse, BOTH.

Is there a male equivalent to calling a woman a 'slut'?

And it is so, so, incredibly hurtful and wrong and shameful. You wanna know why? I got called jsed slut the other day on They used me like a slut Internet for the like, nine billionth time. Over an article I wrote about bartending no less. Like it is llke an lke. I am not a Pulitzer winner. But you know what HTey am? Do I screw up? Do I make mistakes? Have I done things I regret? Have I done things I don't regret but other likee think I should? TThey am lsut human. And my use of those is not what makes me good, or bad. I once wrote that if a woman discovered the cure to AIDS, lije the next day naked pictures of her They used me like a slut a dildo surface, THAT is the story sluy would make the news.

Because clearly, dildos hurt people. Because clearly, women having sex hurts people. Women taking pictures of the scary shit under their clothes? I mean, I'm not going to say it's on par with kids with cancer but We use language to cast casual but culturally significant aspersions towards men all the time, it just doesn't tend to relate to quantity of sexual partners. Think about words like "wet", "weak", "drippy" and "sissy" or the catch-all emotion-stiffling command, "man-up". Think about slang terms like "pussy whipped" and the casual expressions we use to inadvertently condone and dismiss girl-on-guy abuse in relationships which I've written about for Telegraph Men before.

Whilst a woman might feel it's difficult for her in the male-dominated environment of politics or the boardroom, a man will be mocked, derided and even suspected if he makes the decision to be a stay-at-home father. Simply because a man's reputation is not defined by how many people he has boffed or how provocative his clothing, doesn't mean that we don't find ways to label men and mock their life decisions. Gender roles are becoming less defined for women, yet old fashioned ideas about men being "soft" if they live outside the traditional masculine identity continue to pervade our collective consciousness.

A sexually liberated or professionally ambitious woman might be regarded as a threat, but a man who dares to possess neither of these qualities is regarded with outright suspicion. We need to reclaim the words used to oppress us on all sides of the gender divide and allow ourselves to exist within the massive spectrum that is the human condition. Just as the conclusion of my speech advised women to say "yes, I am a slut and so what? I dress how I want and have sex with who I want and you still have to respect me", I'd encourage men to do the same with their own linguistic demons.