Statistically … Find out if you or your friend is really a SLUT?


Statistically it takes 2-3 months for a person to get over a relationship, and if all your relationships were unsuccessful during the year you would be having a new date every 2 months (at most), and that’s 6 different partners a year.  People who pass that ratio aren’t considered dating since they don’t have emotional investment to get over with. earning them the title SLUT.     – Statistically…


SLUT According to Wikipedia

Slut or slattern is a term applied to an individual who is considered to have loose sexual morals or who is sexually promiscuous. The accepted denotative meaning is a sexually promiscuous woman[2] or “a woman of a low or loose character; a bold or impudent girl; a hussy, jade”.[3] These definitions identify a slut as a person of low character—a person who lacks the ability or chooses not to exercise a power of discernment to order their affairs, similar to terms used for men, such as a cad, rake, or womanizer. The adjective “slutty” carries a similar connotation, but can be applied both to people and to clothing and accessories, such as Halloween costumes.[4]

The term is generally pejorative and most often used as an insult, sexual slur or offensive term of disparagement (slut shaming).[1][5] It can also be used to mean “dirty or slovenly”.[5] The derogatory power of the term derives both from its denotative meaning of a promiscuous woman, but also from its historical and regional connotations or alternate meanings that identify a slut as a dirty or unkempt person.

The lack of a comparably popular term for men highlights the double standard in societal expectations between males and females.[6] However, in recent times, there have been attempts to “reclaim” the word, while some individuals embrace the title as a source of pride.[7][8]

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