By Anonymous - 21/07/2013 21:49 - Canada - Drumheller
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Didn't you learn to share in kindergarten??!!
There are many things wrong with promiscuity if it goes too far. The risk of STD's increases, many people are often left emotionally hurt (even if it isn't cheating) and it signifies you are an uncommitted person. There is a reason why being called a slut is considered a bad thing. I'm probably going to get thumbed down for this but you can try to change my opinion if you wish.
Don't people have a right to their opinion just as much as people can be promiscuous if they choose? Slut shaming is such a big thing at the moment, but think about how many times you "shame" someone for doing something or for being who they are. (weight, intelligence, clothing choice, how someone writes or types, the type of phone they have, the console they have, along with many others) People are always going to be mean to other people. People are always going to judge other people. Judgements and opinions really go hand and hand. So unless we suddenly lose the ability to form opinions, we're not going to stop shaming people for all the things that we see as negative.
So men can have a bunch of sex with people and its okay. But when a girl does she's a slut? The woman is a cheater. And she gives us real feminists a bad name. It's a divine right by anyone to have sexual freedom as long as what they are doing isn't harming anyone (including stds, cheating.) if I feel like having sex with a bunch of guys because I want to be single and they feel the same way, then it should be fine. Shaming anyone for anything, especially their opinion is wrong. But an opinion about passing judgement like they know the person based on appearance and "what they hear" isn't right either. Unbiased until you know the facts and don't judge unless your in for jury duty. I don't pass judgement on any of you, I'm sure you're all lovely. :)
Reasonable. Everyone THEORETICALLY has the right to opinion under international human rights law (see ICCPR), but under the same set of laws you can't abuse that right to say racially vilifying things. Assuming human rights lawyers know what they're doing, that means some opinions should be shamed. Like saying blacks should be separated from whites.
124 - I don't think it's okay for men either. I think it's generally difficult to have sexual relationships with multiple people without hurting someone. That's what the problem is. I also have a problem with people doing it for attention and then complaining about receiving negative attention.
Yes, how selfish of you OP to expect faithfulness from your gf and loyalty from your friends. Just so selfish....