"Slut" VS "Freak" — Thoughts And An Appraisal

OK, it’s an odd subject. However, it’s been on my mind.

We’re talking about two words used to describe women who are a bit more accepting of sex than the average woman should be. The idea being, of course, that women should only accept sex under conditions of long-term commitment or (more to the point) marriage.

The question is: Which one would you want, a slut or a freak?

One reason sluts are given a bad rap is because a slut can actually say “No.” Once you’ve become identified as a slut, it’s almost a no-win situation, in a way: If you say “yes” you’ve debased yourself, if not to the man you’ve given yourself to, then to the people he talks to or their friends; if you say “no” the man’s pissed off because he didn’t get what he expected was his for the asking.

No such thing with the Freak. Once you get her alone she becomes a purely sexual being. No possibility of refusal here, indeed she’ll do anything for the sex.

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If I may, I would like to add in a few other thought into this.First off, the fact that the slut can say “no” is the source of the disdain which such a girl is viewed. Woe unto the girl who can say “no” and decides instead to say “yes.” And in the minds of many boys and men, it appears that once you say “yes,” the “no” answer is disallowed. Freaks, by their apparent inability to say “no” are exempt from this disdain.

This would explain why the word “slut” is used on rape and incest victims. The idea of placing a choice onto something forced works to remove blame by shifting it onto the victim.

Then there’s the idea of how the other person lives their life. Sluts have a degree of control over their life. Freaks, it turns out, may not.

Think of it: if she can’t control her desires, what else can’t she control? And do you want to deal with an out-of-control woman when you’re not naked in bed with her?

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Let’s just say I’ve been with both types. I know what I like, and I know what I prefer.And they aren’t necessarily the same thing.

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