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Yes, i dont see a problem with it, im my experiences in college its pretty common for a girl to want to hook up with a really attractive guy. So id consider it normal.
Also i dont use those slut shaming double standards because theyre stupid. When i girl wants to have sex its no different then when a guy does it, so sleeping around isn't really a bad thing as long as you stay faithful to the guy or person your with when you do get in a relationship.
The only thing thats different when a girl sleeps around vs a guy is its an acomplishment when a guy does it because its way easier for a girl to hook up with a guy than the guy trying to convince a girl. He has to overcome hurdles to hook up with her, she doesn't, as long as they were talking for a little bit and it didn't seem sketchy or weird or knew each other for like a couple days, chances are hed accept to hook up with her if she offered. So its neither a good thing or a bad thing when she does it.
The only reason its looked at as a bad thing when a girl sleeps around is because its our version of oppressing women. In america's past, girls who were seem in bars were automatically arrested for prostitution even though they were just sitting there while guys could do what they wanted, then further in the future it was illegal for girls to have premarital sex but guys could, so if a girl got pregnant before marriage or they got caught, the girl was arrested and the guy didn't get in any trouble. Then came the time where women couldnt wear clothes that showed skin at (some ridiculous number of inches like 2-3) from their knees. The exact number is cloudy right now because i haven't taken that history class in a while, but it was ridiculous. If girls wore shorts they were labeles as sluts, rebellious, or both. Then fast forward to our time, our version of that is slut shaming and having double standards for women when it comes to sex. Its just not as extreme as our countries past.
And because we were raised in this society that thinks this way, it shaped our perception of it to looking at it as a bad thing, or naturally being unnattracted to it. What we see and experience subconsciously an consiously shapes our personal biases and opinons on it.
Thus why girls worry about and most people that have negative beliefs about it think that way today.0