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Do you guys find the Miley show and shows like it to be rather sexist? Everything in her performance seemed pretty much geared towards men. Women can appreciate a hot woman too, but probably not when she's grinding on a cock.
     
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I hope BJ was wearing a rubber, poor guy.
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Sep 1, 2013, 04:17 PM
 
well, there's this dipwad from the Washington Post...

Miley Cyrus and the issues of slut-shaming and racial condescension - The Washington Post

Apparently pointing out that humping a foam finger on stage is crass and disgusting is now "slut shaming".

I still don't get what "slut shaming" actually is. If you act like a slut, you can't get pissy when people call you out on it.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
I still don't get what "slut shaming" actually is. If you act like a slut, you can't get pissy when people call you out on it.

The problem is society rewards male sluts. "Getting some" is considered a sign of prowess and perhaps masculinity.
     
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Sep 1, 2013, 04:25 PM
 
So? People are responsible for their own actions, not anyone else's. I'm just sayin'.

I think a dude who sleeps with forty women is as much of a slut as a woman who sleeps with forty men. I'd rather see an increase in shaming male sluts rather than the social legitimization of slutty behavior.

Being a slut, male or female, isn't very good for you. STDs, unwanted pregnancy, emotional trauma, psychological problems that last long after you've outgrown your slut phase...etc.

With regards to the original topic of this thread: Miley Cyrus has pretty solidly positioned herself as Queen of the Sluts.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
So? People are responsible for their own actions, not anyone else's. I'm just sayin'.

I think a dude who sleeps with forty women is as much of a slut as a woman who sleeps with forty men. I'd rather see an increase in shaming male sluts rather than the social legitimization of slutty behavior.

Being a slut, male or female, isn't very good for you. STDs, unwanted pregnancy, emotional trauma, psychological problems that last long after you've outgrown your slut phase...etc.

With regards to the original topic of this thread: Miley Cyrus has pretty solidly positioned herself as Queen of the Sluts.

How do we tip the scales in shaming male sluts more aggressively when there are stories like this that come up so frequently?
     
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
But (you knew there'd be one) you're painting a really unsympathetic picture. I can feel sympathy for far worse people than the ones you're describing, but like those people, whether I'm feeling sympathy or aggression is highly dependent on the presentation.
Most see it as sympathy for the Devil, maybe? It's hard to feel sympathy for someone who can buy private jets and islands, which is why it's so important that someone does. Becoming rich is 10x easier than dealing with it after you're there, which is why you see an almost 100% bankruptcy rate among multi-million $$ lottery winners, if they live long enough to go through it all. Generally speaking, it's no real prize. One of my people won >$100M, lump-sum, and they've really worked with me to get sorted out, after all the drugs, insane spending, and risky behavior. And all of that's due to fortune alone, add in fame and it's a wonder that any young stars survive.
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If we're going to slut shame men, we can start with #THICKE.

He's married with a kid. He shouldn't be doing the song.
     
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Originally Posted by besson3c View Post
How do we tip the scales in shaming male sluts more aggressively when there are stories like this that come up so frequently?
I dunno, maybe stop turning "slut shaming" into the new social justice meme?

I'm all for the sexual revolution, but I feel like trying to make girls feel good about being whores is a step backward. I put it in the same category as people who scream about how it's normal to be fat and we should just STFU about being healthy.
     
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That's not slut shaming.

An example of slut shaming is calling someone a slut because they want birth control.

Like Rush did to Sandra Fluke.
     
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Sep 1, 2013, 06:45 PM
 
My point is that the slut shaming SJWs are taking it a little too far when making fun of Miley Cyrus is "slut shaming".

She humped a goddamn foam finger on national television. She's asking for it.

ETA: I do agree that calling a girl a slut just because she wants to go on birth control is ridiculous. I don't call it slut shaming though; a girl on birth control is not inherently a slut. On the other hand, if a girl is going to act like a slut, she can't cry "slut shaming!" when people call her out on it.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
I dunno, maybe stop turning "slut shaming" into the new social justice meme?

I'm all for the sexual revolution, but I feel like trying to make girls feel good about being whores is a step backward. I put it in the same category as people who scream about how it's normal to be fat and we should just STFU about being healthy.

It seems like these sort of revolutions often involve over-compensation. Obviously there is a balance between the puritan ways of old and f-ing anything that moves. Women should not feel ashamed or guarded about having sex so long as they are smart about it, but obviously going as far as the Miley Cyrus thing carries the sort of consequences that you've described.

I think there is people that push on both edges - people calling for abstinence-only education, people more "liberated". Maybe it will just take time for our society to settle into a groove somewhere in the middle?

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Sep 1, 2013, 07:08 PM
 
We have some weird sexual hangups as a society still.

A friend of mine does burlesque gigs playing his trumpet, and he said that one time this girl lost her pasty while dancing and started freaking out. Why is it that women can show side boob, under boob, top boob, but the second they show a little nipple they've crossed into indecency territory?
     
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Here, if alcohol is being served, she's broken the law.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
My point is that the slut shaming SJWs are taking it a little too far when making fun of Miley Cyrus is "slut shaming".

She humped a goddamn foam finger on national television. She's asking for it.

ETA: I do agree that calling a girl a slut just because she wants to go on birth control is ridiculous. I don't call it slut shaming though; a girl on birth control is not inherently a slut. On the other hand, if a girl is going to act like a slut, she can't cry "slut shaming!" when people call her out on it.
He called her a slut with the intent to shame her.

That's not slut shaming?

You're going to have to go more in-depth with that one.
     
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
Here, if alcohol is being served, she's broken the law.
I guess making alcohol together with nekkid boob a crime is its own sort of hang-up.
     
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Originally Posted by besson3c View Post
We have some weird sexual hangups as a society still.

A friend of mine does burlesque gigs playing his trumpet, and he said that one time this girl lost her pasty while dancing and started freaking out. Why is it that women can show side boob, under boob, top boob, but the second they show a little nipple they've crossed into indecency territory?
Also, it wasn't until this precise moment I realized your friend didn't have to manage swirling his tassels while playing trumpet.
     
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
He called her a slut with the intent to shame her.

That's not slut shaming?

You're going to have to go more in-depth with that one.
I'm talking about Miley Cyrus, not the Rush Limbaugh incident.

Calling someone a slut without any evidence to back it up is being a dick.

Calling someone a slut who walks, talks, and acts like a slut is a different story. If you're going to bone a different guy every night and get eight abortions in a year because you can't keep your knees shut or have enough wits about you to use a rubber, you're kinda asking for it.
     
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Originally Posted by besson3c View Post
We have some weird sexual hangups as a society still.

A friend of mine does burlesque gigs playing his trumpet, and he said that one time this girl lost her pasty while dancing and started freaking out. Why is it that women can show side boob, under boob, top boob, but the second they show a little nipple they've crossed into indecency territory?
You've got me there.

I blame Seinfeld. According to Jerry, as soon as the nipple has made its first appearance, sex has occurred.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Being a slut, male or female, isn't very good for you. STDs, unwanted pregnancy, emotional trauma, psychological problems that last long after you've outgrown your slut phase...etc.
But aren't all of those a result of a society with severe sexual hang-ups? People are going to have sex. If people are afraid to talk about/ask for birth control, they're more likely to get pregnant. If they're afraid to talk about STDs, they're less likely to get checked and more likely to spread them. If our society places a high value on female purity, if we made weird unwritten rules about which sex acts are acceptable at which points in a relationship, and if we keep treating sex as if it's something men have to "get" or "earn" from women, won't we cause all sorts of psychological and emotional hangups when these incomprehensible, constantly-fluxing rules are perceived to have been broken?

With regards to the original topic of this thread: Miley Cyrus has pretty solidly positioned herself as Queen of the Sluts.
So without even having slept with anyone, she's a slut?

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ETA: I do agree that calling a girl a slut just because she wants to go on birth control is ridiculous. I don't call it slut shaming though; a girl on birth control is not inherently a slut. On the other hand, if a girl is going to act like a slut, she can't cry "slut shaming!" when people call her out on it.
"If a guy is going to act like a fag, he can't complain when people call him a fag."

Question: If a girl wears a short skirt and low-cut top to a party and gets raped, was she asking for it?
     
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Question: If a girl wears a short skirt and low-cut top to a party and gets raped, was she asking for it?
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
I'm talking about Miley Cyrus, not the Rush Limbaugh incident.

Calling someone a slut without any evidence to back it up is being a dick.

Calling someone a slut who walks, talks, and acts like a slut is a different story. If you're going to bone a different guy every night and get eight abortions in a year because you can't keep your knees shut or have enough wits about you to use a rubber, you're kinda asking for it.
Slut shaming is about being a dick. That's why people have a problem with it.

Fat shaming is the same way. Some people overreact, but what they're overreacting to is people being dicks. The vast majority of people don't need any pressure to tell them they're fat, and that they shouldn't be. They're fully aware of the situation, yet society feels the need to remind them.

Reminding someone of an uncomfortable situation they're aware of is being a dick.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Yep.
I'm not sure if you're being serious or sarcastic here. The rapist's actions are totally justified because of how the victim chose to dress?
     
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Originally Posted by Laminar View Post
I'm not sure if you're being serious or sarcastic here. The rapist's actions are totally justified because of how the victim chose to dress?
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
Slut shaming is about being a dick. That's why people have a problem with it.

Fat shaming is the same way. Some people overreact, but what they're overreacting to is people being dicks. The vast majority of people don't need any pressure to tell them they're fat, and that they shouldn't be. They're fully aware of the situation, yet society feels the need to remind them.

Reminding someone of an uncomfortable situation they're aware of is being a dick.
I think there's a pretty big difference between a fatass being aware of their fatassery and possibly trying to do something about it, compared to someone who acts like a slut and then gets all whiny when someone calls them out on it.

Miley was in full control of her actions at the VMAs. If she doesn't want to take responsibility for those actions after the fact, she shouldn't have taken those actions in the first place.

You can't, after all, have your cake and eat it too.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Absolutely.

Wow, this is really hard to process. Are you just saying that because you are responding to Laminar or do you really mean it?
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Absolutely.

Wow, this is really hard to process. Are you just saying that because you are responding to Laminar or do you really mean it?
     
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Wow, this is really hard to process. Are you just saying that because you are responding to Laminar or do you really mean it?
I believe she's having a bad day all the way around, she's fighting several people in multiple threads now.
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
I think there's a pretty big difference between a fatass being aware of their fatassery and possibly trying to do something about it, compared to someone who acts like a slut and then gets all whiny when someone calls them out on it.

Miley was in full control of her actions at the VMAs. If she doesn't want to take responsibility for those actions after the fact, she shouldn't have taken those actions in the first place.

You can't, after all, have your cake and eat it too.
Umm... Miley hasn't complained.

Thank you for proving my point about society's attitude about being fat.
     
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Yeah, I'm not going to buy into the current activist movement to try and legitimize obesity.

If you're so fat that your back fat makes it look like you have an extra set of tits on your back, you're disgusting and you should feel bad about yourself.
     
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FWIW, responses like that make you come off as someone who's been subjected to severe mental abuse.

I'd guess you think you are masterfully hiding it, but it's clear as glass to everyone here.
     
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You don't think back fat is horrifying to look at when it gets to the point that the person legitimately looks like they have breasts on their back?

Huh.
     
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You've taken every opportunity not to read what I was writing and to instead pleasure yourself with hate and rage filled rants, as you've done again, right here.

Why should I even bother to answer that question? What would change?
     
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
FWIW, responses like that make you come off as someone who's been subjected to severe mental abuse.

I'd guess you think you are masterfully hiding it, but it's clear as glass to everyone here.
You have no idea.
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
FWIW, responses like that make you come off as someone who's been subjected to severe mental abuse.

I'd guess you think you are masterfully hiding it, but it's clear as glass to everyone here.

Fortunately for you you didn't post this to the religion and intelligence thread...
     
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Classy.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Absolutely.
Jesus Christ. It's like women's Lib never happened.

This is 2013; men are held responsible for their own actions now.

The countries where your thinking is accepted social and legislative norm are generally run under Sharia law.
     
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Miley Cyrus Fires Back: 'Madonna's Done It, Britney's Done It' [VIDEO]

"You're overthinking it. You're thinking about it more than when I did it." - Miley

Although her comment that she and Thicke "made history" is somewhat rebuked by her later comment that Madonna and Britney did it too. So, not really history... what's talkworthy is it's because her squeaky clean disney rep made it more outrageous. Madonna could twerk the day long and it would be boring.
     
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Originally Posted by subego View Post
FWIW, responses like that make you come off as someone who's been subjected to severe mental abuse.

I'd guess you think you are masterfully hiding it, but it's clear as glass to everyone here.
I'm disturbed because I don't buy into fat acceptance?

 


Yeah, I'd totes tap that.

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Jesus Christ. It's like women's Lib never happened.

This is 2013; men are held responsible for their own actions now.

The countries where your thinking is accepted social and legislative norm are generally run under Sharia law.


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Miley Cyrus Fires Back: 'Madonna's Done It, Britney's Done It' [VIDEO]

"You're overthinking it. You're thinking about it more than when I did it." - Miley

Although her comment that she and Thicke "made history" is somewhat rebuked by her later comment that Madonna and Britney did it too. So, not really history... what's talkworthy is it's because her squeaky clean disney rep made it more outrageous. Madonna could twerk the day long and it would be boring.
Madonna made a career out of being a sex icon.

Miley just looked embarrassing up there - she wasn't sexy at all. Also, from what I've read, Robin Thicke isn't too happy about her performance. It wasn't planned.
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I wasn't trolling.

I was absolutely serious.

I'm quite simply flabbergasted that a young woman living in a Western country would seriously utter such a sentiment.
     
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Originally Posted by shifuimam View Post
Classy.
Though there was a flaw in your "have your cake and eat it too" argument, in that Miley didn't complain of being slut shamed (or really anything), but the overall concept is valid.

For example, if you're going to post your rage-fat dark poetry, you don't get to lecture us about class.



As an aside, shouldn't that be "eat your cake and have it too"? That makes more sense to me.
     
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
I wasn't trolling.

I was absolutely serious.

I'm quite simply flabbergasted that a young woman living in a Western country would seriously utter such a sentiment.
*Whoosh*

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Though there was a flaw in your "have your cake and eat it too" argument, in that Miley didn't complain of being slut shamed (or really anything), but the overall concept is valid.
I was more referring to the people who ranted about how it was "slut-shaming" to call Miley out on acting...like a slut.

As an aside, shouldn't that be "eat your cake and have it too"? That makes more sense to me.
I don't really know the etymology of that cliche, sorry.
     
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
I wasn't trolling.

I was absolutely serious.

I'm quite simply flabbergasted that a young woman living in a Western country would seriously utter such a sentiment.
She was trolling.

You know, being "classy"
     
 
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