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9. Re: It Came from E3 2012, Part 5 Jun 8, 2012, 00:34 Sepharo
Cutter wrote on Jun 8, 2012, 00:27:
Prez wrote on Jun 7, 2012, 22:44:
And if the booth sluts have no problem with allowing themsevles to be exploited why should anyone else?

I agree with your sentiment but I don't like calling them sluts. A guy being sexually active with multiple sex partners is considered a "stud", or at the very least as having a healthy male sex life. Why then should women be put down for doing the same thing? Let them revel in their sexuality as well; fair is fair after all.

I never said anywhere that slut was the domain of women. I've always been all for sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll, but we're not talking about a personal lifestyle choice here, we're talking about trading sex(uality) for money. The whole thing is cheap and explotive on both sides - as in the companies using them and them allowing it. There's nothing good in this, which is much different from a healthy sex life. It's really just a milder form of prostitution. Even porn stars are more honest by taking it all the way.

That's a whore. Sluts just have a lot of wanton sex. And both terms can refer to males and females of all sexualities. And probably neither should be used to refer to booth babes.
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