Okay I know someone who can explain this perfectly... go to YouTube and search "Jim jeffries *****" and watch the video titled similarly... its very true, its easy to be a ****, but its hard to be a stud..
That's a "HO". And you're not unless you're charging.
Just so all you studs don't forget that without the hos, you wouldn't be studs.
Sex is hard to get for guys. If he's getting a lot off different women this is an achievement. Sex is a commodity for women in our society. If a woman sleeps around we call her cheap or we imply that money is involved by calling her a ***** or a hoe so if a woman is giving it away for free then she marks herself out as being so low that she can't even command a decent price for her sex like most women can. The thing which marks out correct sexual behavior for women is holding out until the guy has spent money on her at least three times.<br />
Now guys get the blame for this situation, which is funny because I've yet to hear a guy complaining about being offered sex; we'll **** anything and we generally don't care if we're number one or number three thousand and one. So if anyone is controlling women's sexuality I'd suggest it isn't the people trying to get them into bed by any means fair or foul: it's other women.
From the derogatory sense, being called a pla<x>yer is a great insult; actually, I think it cuts deep *if* the guy in question actually isn't. Before anyone get's into the 'yeah ... right!' mode of thought, there are guys who have been called pla<x>yers who aren't ... equally, I know there are women who have been labelled as a 'hoe' who aren't either. But as far as the hurt goes, I'd say it's *just* as hurtful when that happens.<br />
That brings me to the answer. For a guy to be called a pla<x>yer is just as hurtful in my mind as it is for a woman to be considered a 'hoe'.<br />
SHE was this really hot pla<x>yer. HE was this really hot ho. read those sentences and you tell me why? ho and pla<x>yer are equivalent of each other but people have adopted a feminine role with" ho" and a masculine role with "pla<x>yer." Both are awful slang words used in place of plain English.
call em whatever you like........either way.......both will be covered with crabs or scabs........yurk
girls are supposed to know and be better