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juicyboy21 juicyboy21 22-25, M 11 Answers Jul 11, 2012

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Yes, it's bounced around so often that when it comes with harmful intent people just overlook it. But really, to each his/her own. Who are we to say they're living their life 'wrong or right' .

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No. There are far worse ones than that to reinforce the double standards. Men are heroes or "you dog" etc. Girls aren't although it's exactly the same activity.

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Oh, brother. A. Men are as stereotyped as *****, as women are, and B. It's not "sexist" to say that a **** is a ****. Now saying "All women are *****" is sexist, but no one says that, lol!

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I call both promiscuous men and women *****, but I call promiscuous men man *****. So...yah.

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I do not like that word. And I do not like that some fellow feminists have re-appropriated it. That word has such a negative, sexist, and yeah, ageist connotation.

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It's certainly one of those words. But I agree women should have the same sexual freedom with inpunity that men enjoy.

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yes and women use it too , hatefully.we should start accepting people with their private life preference and all, its noone elses buisiness what someone sexual preferences are.

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Ameen to that

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Yeah we should definitely have the same freedom as men w/o judgement, unless men stop sleeping around, which won't happen.

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But, its every ones right to be 'free' as long as they are not hurting anyone

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yeah it is so i'll change my statement..neither sex should be judged for something so natural

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If you want the same judgement then don't be mad if people don't treat you like a girl.

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And why should you treat anyone different- dont you treat all with the same Respect

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Well kind of. I wont joke around with girls like I do with most guys. Girls are too sensitive.

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