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Topics: Feminists, slut, slutwalk

Monday, 5 March 2012

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BILLINGSGATE POST - "It's my hot body and I do what I want." Is this true liberation or just a flight from using a Hoover? In cities all over America there are hordes of women sashaying down the streets provocatively dressed, making a defiant display of their inner slut.

Are these slut walkers simply fighting for their right to be dirty, or are they simply trying to reclaim their right to be defined correctly; as being a down and dirty, no-account promiscuous ho? Before we decide whether or not thousands of sisters are simply stupid or misguided, we must attempt to understand what's really going on.

Historically, the term 'slut' has carried a negative connotation. Aimed at those who were born to be ho's, those who practiced this manifesto, be it for work or sport, it has primarily been females who have been slut-slammed for demonstrating their sexuality on a non-monogamous itinerary.

Eytomologically speaking, the primary attribute of a slut is not promiscuity but dirt. In the Middle Ages, the word was commonly used to describe a woman (or man) of dirty, slovenly, or untidy habits or appearance. As with most words, after centuries of use, the meaning of slut changed, becoming more attached to women than men.

Although men seem to enjoy the right to be dirty, twenty-first century women are hounded by the threat of dirt. In the average fraternity house, unwashed dishes can be found festering under beds or stacked to the ceiling in the sink. The filth becomes a challenge; the first bro to grab the Hoover becomes an outcast. Even in coed dorms, it's the women who are forever cleaning the shared digs. Girls don't have the option of not cleaning. Dirty houses equals dirty women equals disgusting ho.

If women are to overcome the tyranny of being called a slut, they must take to the streets with their message: "I love being a slut." The rejection by women of the compulsory scrubbing of mind, soul and libido is a necessary step in their evolution of liberation.

They will not be totally free until they can say, "My sheets could be cleaner and my sexual fantasies might be tidy-upped a bit, but a cigar is still just a cigar."

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