Slut-Shaming

I hope you get paid for this“,

What would your parents think?“,

Put some clothes on slut!“,

Thirsty Bitch“,

The thirst is real“,

Whore!

If you have ever received a comment like this then you already know what “Slut-Shaming” is.

For everyone else, “Slut-shaming”, is basically people that talk down to others (women primarily) for being free & open with their sexuality because, it doesn’t fit the ‘social norm’ of how women are supposed to act & feel. But realistically, in the next couple of years the concept we have behind what exactly the ‘social norm’ is will be completely evolved… just like it does every generation.

Though It seems that the only people that enjoy ‘slut shaming’ are primarily females that have low self-esteem and/or feel extremely threatened by other females bodies. But, feeling threatened pretty much stems from having low self-esteem for themselves & their bodies. “If they truly loved themselves, then they wouldn’t be so put off by others who are confident & comfortable in their own skin.” (Angelina DiFlore)

For me personally, I’ve always been comfortable in my own skin. Clothes have always felt too constricting or hung on me weird. Wearing nothing but my cute VS panties & a t-shirt, I am able to feel completely free. But, I’ve always been anti-clothes. Ever since I was little I would come home from school & strip down to nothing but my panties.

So now that I’m much older, I’ve merged my social marketing skills w/ my half-naked, pot smoking tendencies. The rise of Highest Heaven. I am very free w/ myself & body online, it makes me an open target for ‘slut-shaming’. People have the misconception that because I show skin online, that I’m promiscuous & have lots of sexual encounters with various types of men. Lol. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a very sexual person but I keep it pretty damn exclusive. I have the most amazing boyfriend, no need for anyone else.

On that note, even if you’re a promiscuous person or even work in the adult industry, it’s YOUR LIFE. & NOBODY (myself included) has the right to tell you how to live your life.

At the end of the day, we all should stop worrying about how others live their lives. & start focusing back on our own lives, our own business and our own bodies.

I wanted to give a special thanks to Angelina DiFlore for inspiring this post(:

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  1. isaac2055

    August 16, 2015 at 2:33 pm

    Growing up in an environment where you are taught that sexuality is a perverted idea of human nature and that the idolization of sensation is inherently corrupt naturally leads those raised in that environment to replicate those oppressed beliefs. Unfortunately, many other human beings are unable to put themselves in the shoes of others. Having the slightest idea that somebody else’s perception could be right over yours is something most people avoid believing. After all, why would you believe something if you didn’t believe it to be true with your heart and soul. Regardless of if somebody else’s perception is actually justified is a key factor to take into consideration when looking at somebody else’s lifestyle choices and decisions before judging them. Just as you are certain that your beliefs, behaviors, and lifestyle choices are correct and justified doesn’t necessarily mean that they are, and trying to impose them on other people is wrong. Unless somebody is actively hurting an innocent third party, there really isn’t any ground to attribute any negativity to their actions just because those actions are different than yours. If people could put themselves into the perspective of others effectively every time they analyzed a situation, the world would be a much better place.

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