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Stop Hating on ‘Sluts’

As Halloween approaches, I always look forward to seeing adults dressing up in sexy costumes. Some people however, maintain the religious demonization of sexuality and label anyone who wears a scantily clad outfit a “slut.” They use this term to demean others who chose to express their sexuality publicly.

I don’t consider myself to be a very attractive person (although my wife would disagree). I am also not a very athletic individual. So when I was growing up, I took the attribute about myself that was the strongest (my intellect) and focused on using it to get ahead. I used my intellect to get attention from others and to validate myself as a person. I even hated those who used other attributes the way I used my brain.

But when you really think about it, what really is the difference? If I were a super good-looking guy, I would probably use my looks to get ahead. If I were athletic, I would probably use my physical skills to get attention. If I were a super sexy person who everyone wanted to bed, I would probably use my sexuality to validate myself the way I use my intellect now.

Some people are naturally smarter than others. Some people are more athletic. Some people are naturally better looking and some people are naturally more sexual. Others have to work at those traits and some may never have those attributes in abundant no matter how much they work at it.  Aside from lingering religious prejudices, the only reason I can think of for why sexuality is demonized is envy.

What does it matter to someone else if another adult enjoys having multiple sex partners? Who cares if someone likes to express their sexual? With that said, if someone wants to be scantily clad, that’s fine with me. I appreciate it. Don’t let the haters get you down. There is nothing wrong with having multiple sex partners and there is nothing wrong with wearing sexy outfits… especially on Halloween.

Oh, and don’t forget to check out the new Book of the Month: Fighting the Crusade Against Sex: Being Sex-Positive in a Sex Negative World

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  • Ashley F. Miller

    I can’t speak for everyone who has a problem with slutoween, but for myself, I don’t have a problem with people who want to dress in revealing clothing for Halloween. I have a problem with the fact that I can’t buy a Halloween costume that isn’t slutty. I appreciate that Halloween is fun and allows people to dress in ways they normally wouldn’t, but every costume for girls is about being a sexy this or that. FFS, I bought a Daria costume and the skirt is so short my underwear shows if I do anything but stand up straight.

    I agree we shouldn’t call people sluts, but we should allow people to not want to walk around in revealing clothing and be upset that their options are slutty or GTFO.

    • http://twitter.com/DangerousTalk Staks Rosch

      Sure, Halloween Adventure is only going to sell the costumes that are popular and that means revealing most of the time, but there are costumes that they have that aren’t revealing. They just don’t sell very many of them. However you can always buy costumes online or make you own. If you can’t find a non-revealing outfit then you really haven’t been looking very hard. I was just at the Halloween Spirit store and there were a small number of non-revealing costumes for women.

      • guest

        I think she was being critical of the fact that they don’t sell very many costumes that aren’t revealing, so pointing out that you saw a small number of them is only an example of what she was talking about.

        • http://twitter.com/DangerousTalk Staks Rosch

          She said that she “can’t buy a non-slutty costume.” My point is that is an exaggeration. As I said, stores like Halloween Adventure do sell “non-slutty” costumes for women. They just don’t sell very many because the demand for them isn’t very high. I also pointed out that you can order costumes online that are less revealing or you can make your own costume. If her argument is that there aren’t many non-revealing costumes at stores like Halloween Adventure, then I would agree with her. But that isn’t what she said.