For example: If I see a question where say a girl says she has had over 20 sexual partners I'm going to call her out on it and say that she's either a slut and or gross. Same goes for men.
Now I understand not being rude and there's a nice way to put things but I don't want to sugar coat things. Your opinion?
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I am blunt (and sometimes rude) to people who I believe are hateful. I'm a tad offended at your term "slut" for women who sleep around, but it's not a matter of misogyny because you apply that to men too. It's still offensive and implies they are bad people for having a lot of consensual sex, which they cannot change, and maybe they want to settle down but it hasn't worked out. I would just accept that some people have different lifestyles and prefer promiscuity, or they fell in love and got hurt many times. However, that is your opinion, and the fact that you see it in an egalitarian way makes me respect it. It saddens me when other men don't care if a woman who has had 2 or 20 sexual partners, they will still label her a slut because they suffer a Madonna/Whore complex.
I do like to sugar-coat things and empathize while keeping the truth intact, especially if the person seems genuine. I don't do passive-aggressive "I'm going to be nice because you seem nice, and I'll tell you [insert something mean here]." I don't do that. And like I said above, abrasive people also get what I truly think.
I don't regret speaking my mind on here, even if I end up getting blocked and hated by many on this site. My friends and fanbase are growing, and I'm the one laughing in the end. ;D