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Buy this photo. People love listening to other people talk about sex. The fear is actually talking about it themselves. Aside from the awkward sit-down discussions some parents force upon their adolescent children and the inadequate sex education classes most students are subjected to, talking about sex is generally considered taboo — most especially for women. Most men are granted a free pass in this department. And if women are going to talk about it, it better be about at least one of those two things. Anything not adhering to these invisible yet unspoken rules is deemed by polite society as dirty and impure.

Allow for most of you reading this are probably in your 20s or 30s, this is not breaking news. Does that make a difference? What but she was a he? Would so as to affect your opinion of this person? This got me thinking… Is she a slut? People hate to be labeled unless they are vegan, a cross-fitter, or a vegan cross-fitter accordingly generally even stating the obvious pisses people off.

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