More likely to have diseases
I'm not saying that. The question was about easy girls so I didn't bother including guys.
Same as on men that are "easy". No difference.
They're like Mcdonald's, not very good for you, cheap, not very satisfying, but always around when you need a quick burger.<br />
Some girls just like to have sex, I should know, I've met a lot of them.
$ex is fun for Women, so if you are single why wouldn't you have fun. <br />
And there is nothing wrong with it as long as you are responsible with safety<br />
All these terms like $luts are so outdated and misogynistic
but only if they know the dude.not just put out at first sight.
Some of my favorite people on the planet. Bless their s.lutty little hearts.
it's very sad as they think it's love if they put out,all they get is a label of **** and pregnacy.
That is an unfair way to think of things. In my opinion. There is no such thing as an "easy girl". That is just not the way things are in real life. There needs to be a stop to people minding other peoples business.
Love and casual sex are not the same.
Their name will be spread farther and wider than their legs.
And spread across many years too.
How can a guy trust a girl that is easy
how can a girl trust a guy who is easy? same thing. guys are gonna do what guys do, try to get some. it's up to the girl. it's in her court.
There must be friend ship and trust for a relationship to work
Fun for a few dates, but not long term material.
I am completely in favor of expanding their numbers
I beg to ask why wasn't this question "Opinions on boys that are easy?" <br />
I raised daughters and sons, everyone has to come into their own in their own way, saying anyone is easy is a snarky thing to say. Sexuality is a natural blessing and should be seen as something wonderful. Moralizing makes no sense, you try to teach males and females self worth and self respect and then you hope it took. My kids did well.
They want power, they assert that power over men and feel validation and comfort from it. Then there are some who do it out of desperation or addiction. <br />
Then there are others who do it for sport, with no value towards the act or the person. <br />
I guess it depends on each situation
A desperate cry for help. Any girl who sleeps around, in my opinion, is desperately craving the love that someone clearly has not given her. And those guys who take advantage of these girls are the scum of the Earth.
Had you considered that she may just enjoy casual sex? This culture has become one where we must provide a diagnosis for anyone acting differently than the beliefs touted as mainstream.
Many women don't fully embrace their sexual exploration because they've been shamed with threats of being called a ****, or worse, diagnosed as broken by an ill-informed person.
On the men who take advantage of them: Why fault the man who takes what she willingly gives? Why must it be his concern to unlock the safe and find out what deep-seated issues may or may not exist?
If women are truly liberated, why do you feel the need to defend them as if they were delicate flowers incapable of dealing with the consequences of their decisions?
In your opinion, something out of her control caused her to act out in this manner and it is wrong for the man to have accepted her offer of sex.
I was born rather different from the rest of the world and my home life growing up was perfectly suited to creating the monster I am today. These things were out of my control, but I am still held accountable for the actions that I take. Furthermore, I am painted as an evil being that deserves sympathy and understanding from no one. I'm denied the things most basic to human existence because I was born differently and subsequently abused.
As a man, this is not an excuse for bad behavior of any kind.
It can be difficult to be supportive when I read some of these responses, but this guy is good, perhaps a profiler for the CIA. Or maybe he's 1 of those desperate girls in reality, how else could he be so insightful.
Before we judge these ‘easy’ girls, we must ask the questions what made them ‘easy ‘in the first place and why have they made themselves ‘readily available’? I’ve read somewhere some girls (and young women) purposely make themselves easy for a ‘competitive advantage’. However the question still remains what has occurred in these their lives to bring forth the self loathing, low self esteem, lack of self-love, their great desire (or desperation) for attention, and created the misplaced definition of “love” (or being liked) by others? Society places a great amount of pressure on girls (and sometimes on guys) to living up to what is ‘perfect’ or ‘pretty’ in order to be liked. As a society we are failing our young girls (and guys) with not breaking this ‘easiness’ cycle, unfortunately, many others prefer to use this ‘weakness’ to their selfish advantage where these folks are exposed to more harm than good.
I don't understand what they get out of it. I think that most of them end up regretting it sooner or later, but I suppose not all of them do.
they regret later.
I must be looking in the wrong place
Apparently we need to go to Manchester.
What if we change the word from "easy" to "enjoys sex." As long as you are able to make good choices, be safe, why does sex have to be such a dirty thing. Lot's of people are safe and play around. Kudos to them if that is their thing. <br />
Until you know someone, other than calling them easy, you should hold judgement because we are all not without fault.
I haven't read all the responses,but the concept hat a "girl" might desire sex,as men do,seems to not register.Is a man ever called easy?sometimes,around here,I feel the 1950's never left.Did Judy get pinned?
No self esteem or has absolutelty no morals