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slut

Largely derogatory slang term for a woman who has had, or is perceived to have had, many sexual partners and who “sleeps around”.
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The movement started in Toronto, after a Canadian police officer told students in the city "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised".
I was, however, able to view some pictures of the voluptuous Voluptua in her Satanic Sluts gear.
Gathering more and more anecdotes, I began to see similarities in the stories of the high school slut.
Back then, the definitions were clear--the men were studs, and their women were sluts.
McIntire said that she doesn't know what is going on, but having her mom receive mail addressed to 'Lisa Is A Slut McIntire' is wildly unacceptable.
It's unnecessary and a Slut Walk will not make the jot of difference, but personal responsibility will.
Van Gogh and Art Slut are a complementary contrast of serious and silly that's turning the art world on its ear.
He admitted there was an argument but denied calling her a slut or raising his hands to her.
The 21-year-old plastered 80 stickers on lampposts near her home calling her a slut and sent her vile messages on the social networking site.
I'm a reformed slut," she said, explaining that she was reclaiming the word in her songs.
But the ballads, including ``Fairytale of New York,'' a rare Christmas song that sounds great any time of year (and the only one with such lines as ``You're a bum, you're a punk, you're an old slut on junk'') were reportedly well worth the hangover.
Others, like Tulsa Slut, 2002, Solo Gigolos, 2002, Sex at Noon Taxes, 2002, were consciously racier, conjuring adult film titles--but still disjointedly absurd, working against the majesty of their backgrounds in the same way porn makes a mockery out of narrative.