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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 began after a police officer, Michael Sanguinetti, made a remark to a group of students saying "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised.
MARCH Protesters on the Slut Walk through Newcastle PROTEST Women taking part in the so-called Slut Walk and right, protesters Samanteina Bloodmyer, from Newcastle, Amanda Plews from Durham and Holly Robson from Durham, who took part in the march through Newcastle
I was, however, able to view some pictures of the voluptuous Voluptua in her Satanic Sluts gear.
Sometimes in those conversations about high school that people in their twenties and thirties engage in more and more frequently, I'd bring up the question of the slut.
This was a promise that delivered less than it suggested, for Jockey Slut is an alternative music magazine that makes the NME look like a local parish pamphlet.
In one of these narratives, feminist author Phyllis Chesler recalls that being labeled a slut during the 1950s meant that her chance for a good marriage was forever compromised.
The problem with Roiphe and the sisterhood of sluts is that they lack historical perspective.
Dealing with the wastes of daily life, the servant is identified particularly with illicit sexuality--the woman who is souillee or soiled, the slut.
He broke all of our wedding gifts, pulled curtains off their rods, pulled the phone out of the wall and called me a bitch, slut," she says.
amp;nbsp;However, earlier in the week, the group was slut shamed by a former Girls Aloud group member.
Words like tart, slapper, slut, whore and bike are all common parlance.
I am not a slut,' Senator Leila de Lima said on Friday amid continued personal attacks against her.