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I Will Shame Any Fat Slut I Please.

I have right, too.

I do think there is something to slut shaming to a certain extent. This is where I’m going to lose some people, Bye Felicias.

I just think that we shouldn’t have to walk on egg shells because somebody’s dressed like or is acting like a slut. I’m not saying that makes them a bad person. I have, and will continue to have, friends who behave in terribly slutty ways. We shouldn’t have to pretend like we don’t notice, is all I’m saying.

After all, I think, at least most of the point of dressing with your tits out or your shorts up to your hooha, is getting attention and acting shameful. You’re dressed to appeal the the lowest common denominator and I have to pretend like it’s not trashy? You are free to dress that way but I am free to not respect it. There is a reason it’s called being easy and that’s because anyone can do it.

Maybe I was going to go out of the house dressed trampy but then I didn’t because I don’t want to represent myself that way. I don’t want to teach little girls it’s okay to degrade yourself to appeal to men. Or maybe, I got enough attention as a child so I don’t have to act out in public.

I have perfectly cute skirts that I won’t wear because I don’t think an adult woman should show that much leg. That’s a standard that I have set for myself. If you have a lower standard for yourself, fine. I’m going to think you’re a slut. You’re going to think I’m a prude. We will both be right and there is nothing wrong with that.

If you’re the same age as my mom and you’re basically not wearing a shirt, you’re allowed to do that. Also I’m allowed to mutter about you under my breath. It’s not even Halloween. Be offended sluts, keep acting like you don’t want my disapproval. No one wears a visible thong because they love how it feels. I see you. I know what you’re doing. Thongs were meant to hide your panty line. If you pull your pants down to expose them then you are missing the point.

If you want to slut it up then you need to accept the consequences of your behavior. Anytime you attract attention, some will be positive and some will be negative. I’m not gonna go out of my way to call you slutty. I’m not going to feel bad if I do, though. Don’t bully shame me. Don’t bitch shame me.

There used to be these things called ladies and they were valued and respected for their poise and their demure presence. When did that go out of style?

I don’t think that a woman should be judged based solely on their appearance. I certainly don’t think the way you look is ever an excuse for someone to rape you. There is never an excuse for someone to rape you or even to rub up against you in a club or lightly graze a barely clad boob.

At the same time I do think there’s something to be said for not dressing like a slut so that you don’t even have to worry about some guy trying to rape you because of the way you’re dressed.

I am not victim shaming and that is not okay. It’s just that old adage of, “You can’t expect the world to be carpeted so you have to wear shoes.” I live by that rule. My world has never been carpeted. I can walk around barefoot but I can’t deny that makes me more susceptible to stepping on a lego.

You know, you can still wear cute clothes and not have, like, your whole body exposed. Of course it’s not just appearance either. You can be dressed like Jane Eyre and if you’re giving out blow jobs like they’re blow pops, guess what slut, you’re a slut. So don’t get offended if I don’t want to set you up with my brother or bring you to a dinner party with my boss.

Look, I am all about letting people be who they are and if you really are a slut then, by all means, be one. Just don’t get surprised or offended to be treated like one. Don’t expect me to act like you’re not one. That’s all I’m saying.

Men can be sluts to but it’s not the same thing. Generally speaking, women aren’t going to ogle a man in a banana hammock. They aren’t going to be like, “I’m going to ask out Todd because I heard he puts out.” So, unfortunately this is more of an issue for women.

I just feel like we’ve gone too far in the opposite direction. It’s great how accepting people are of alternative lifestyles and things like that. Why can’t we accept people who are critical? Why can’t we accept people who say rude shit all the time? Why can we accept me? If I show you my tits can I call you an idiot? If I change my gender can I point out that your ass is hanging out of the back of your shorts? Where are my people at who support freedom of speech even at the cost of someone’s feelings?

The rule seems to be that people are allowed to act and dress however they want as long as they don’t act like they can see other people. Doesn’t that strike you as a tad hypocritical?

It’s not like these sluts had no choice. It’s not like they were born sluts and all their clothes are too small and there are no other clothes, or their bodies actually reject bras. Being a slut is a choice and I am sure it has its perks. If you chose to be a slut, more power to you but I’m going to chose to think less of you. That’s my right. Deal with it, slut.

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16 thoughts on “I Will Shame Any Fat Slut I Please.”

  1. I’m sorry if I made you feel like I was trying to make you feel bad about your opinions, that wasn’t my intention. I guess my view is that I feel it’s wrong to label people as sluts because you’re putting pressure on them to act a certain way and they may hence do things they might not like just to fit into the label (or not). But that’s just my opinion. I don’t mean any offense to you, I was just emotional about something else and I guess I wasn’t mature enough to handle it separately, and I’m really sorry about that. And I like your blogs because they’re honest, even if I don’t agree with your views.

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    1. I accept your apology and I would also like to apologize for how I reacted to what you said. Like you, I wasn’t in a very good place emotionally when I read your comment. It was 4:00am my time and I had just gotten up after tossing and turning for hours and finally deciding that sleep wasn’t going to happen for me. Also, just to clarify, I would never go up to someone and call them a slut or anything like that. I agree with you, that is not my place to do. I was only trying to make a point that the world almost wants us to be too accepting to the point where we can’t have opinions anymore. I truly don’t care if people want to dress or act slutty. It would not stop me from being their friend. It really was supposed to be more about freedom of speech and freedom of thought and the fact that, while I agree that people can dress or act how they want, sometimes that alienates people and makes them feel like they can’t say or think what they want because it’s not politically correct. I don’t know if that sentence makes sense. I’m just saying we are all different and when we stand up for “slut” rights, or women’s rights or anything like that, it’s a noble cause but it shouldn’t be at the cost of anyone else’s right to feel how they want to about it. You never know why a person acts or feels how they do. Maybe some girls dress like sluts because they had a traumatic event in their past that makes them want to dress that way. At the same time maybe someone doesn’t respect people who dress like sluts because of something traumatic that happened to them. You just never know what motivates people to do what they do. I don’t remember the exact quote or who said it but it was something along the lines of, you can never dislike someone when you really get to know them. Anyway, thank you for you’re apology. I appreciate it and I will try harder in the future to take what we both said into account when I’m writing. At the end of the day, I’m just trying to be funny in a “bitchy” way. That’s my Shtick. I’m sorry if I offended you.

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      1. Oh hey no issues, I completely get that. Yeah I agree with you, I guess I completely misunderstood the message you were trying to convey, i’m so sorry. Yeah I really like your writing style it’s lots of fun to read :))
        I’ve been called worse things, (and I probably deserved it) so don’t worry about it :))

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      2. I think you are wonderful for saying this. I’m not saying, that I was right and you were wrong. I’m sure we were both, both of those things. But I’m not sure if I would be a decent enough person to continue our discussion the way that you did. I really admire that and I’m very sorry that I called you names. Sometimes I am a child.

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  2. Oh wow thanks :))) you just turned my really crappy day on its head xD also thanks for taking the time to check my blog out, speaking as person who has exactly 5 followers it means A LOT. Haha don’t worry about it, I’m a sixteen year old who’s too scared to sleep alone, and gets tickled by her mom on a daily basis, I’m a child all the time xD

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