Ah, ok.BloatedGuppy said:I didn't mean to imply you were, specifically. I was speaking in general terms.
Yes, we can, but not if we liken sex to eating and sleeping.I think we can both agree those people are ludicrous. We can properly acknowledge sex is a biological function that people have a compulsion to perform without skidding down a slippery slope and making sex work a mandatory part of health care.MomoElektra said:But that's a different sort of survival. I thought we were talking about the individual?
I'm only pushing this because I know people who want to cash in on this entitlement (i.e. sex is a biological function necessary for survival) and make sex work mandatory services from health care providers, without caring much who's to do the actual providing. Yeah, they are rare, but they do exist.
Or well, if you say "sex is as natural as eating and sleeping (or breathing)" or something like that I won't mind, because then the context clearly shows entitlement is out of the question.
It's interesting how men aren't responsible for anything in your examples.ToxicOranges said:OP, whilst I agree with many of the points you make -
This is, unfortunately, where we mus disagree. Slut-shaming doesn't happen enough, in my opinion. I am sick of people dressing whorishly and then trying to defend it on grounds of "independent woman" or "I don't have to fit your stereotype". No, ladies, you do not. What you do have to do, hoever, is have some damn dignity and realise how damaging this kind of behaviour will be, not just now, but later in life, when you lie ridden with STI's, or with the baby you didn't want, or having not developed a personality because the boys preferred your boobs.museofdoom said:Also, while we are on the topic of women, I would like to say that people need to stop slut shaming. Like, it's a problem. People seem to think that how much skin a woman chooses to show is directly proportional to how much self respect they have. )
Slut-shaming needs to start, and increase, until we don't have to be embarrassed about our own generation. I'm 17, and I fucking hate teenagers today.