Honey Badger Radio: Erotica for me, shame on thee


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Slut shaming is a bad thing. At least when it’s directed at women. I mean, when it’s directed against individual women.

But slut shaming seems to be perfectly valid when directed against an entire sex. I’m referring, of course, to the fact that we see men as sluts. All of them. We see their sexuality as damaging, degrading and degraded.

And, of course, like all sluts men are always asking for it.

Join us at Honey Badger Radio as we discuss the double standard in which women’s sexuality is seen as… well… less nasty than male.

Show time: 9 PM EST/ 8 PM CST/ 6 PM PST

Show date: Thursday 23rd January, 2014

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  • ” but realistically speaking how many man can do so?’

    Peterman, don’t confalte actually acting like a slut – “any woman can become a slut” – with simply being group designated as one.

    As for actually acting like a slut, it’s probably considerably easier for a woman. If a woman wants to coerce a man into sex, nine times out of ten he won’t even call it coercion. That’s how thoroughgoing the cultural coercion is.

  • Peterman, the automatic designation of slut is the basis of the cultural incredulity that a woman could possibly rape even an infant boy, let alone an adult. They are designated a status of automatic consent and lack of personal ownership upon birth. This is also, rage-inducingly, the basis of why infant genital-mutilation and presumed military conscription are also accepted. The idea that men’s bodies are the property of the society and it’s proxy servants (the elite) and that they must earn the ability to be called citizens with rights.

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