Being called a "S.L.U.T."

Philippines
June 18, 2008 9:19am CST
A compliment? A negative connotation? or simply any other nickname or alias that doesn't mean anything? Girls: Do you get hurt when called like that?Ever been called by that? Guys: Do you ever call anyone by that name? --You tell me--(^^,)
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• United States
18 Jun 08
If a man calls me a S.L.U.T. I thinks it's just because he's mad that he can't have this. If a woman calls me a S.L.U.T. I think it's just because she wishes she could be me...lol.
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• Philippines
19 Jun 08
LOL Nice perception. Thanks(^^,)
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• Merced, California
19 Apr 16
Yup lol
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• Merced, California
19 Apr 16
If a women calls a man a s.l.u.t. our reaction is diffrent
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
18 Jun 08
As with most things, context is crucial. Sl*t is not a nice word normally, in fact it can be very rude and derogatory. However, sometimes it can be used ironically or even with affection when used by a friend, a lover, etc. The most important thing is the intention that the person who calls you sl*t has in mind when he or she says that word. That can make it really offensive or even funny...and in certain context, even very arousing sexually. I don't condemn the use of this word per se because as i said it can have many different meanings, but I strongly recommend to be very careful who we use this with.
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• Philippines
18 Jun 08
You have a very open mind about these things. I admire that. It is depending on the way it is said or what the person purpose in saying it. Thanks for responding(^^,)
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• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
18 Jun 08
Thank you for your nice words. You have shown me that you have an open mind to different points of view as well.
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@spalladino (17923)
• United States
18 Jun 08
It's a very derogatory term, in my opinion, and I would never find it acceptable to be called that even in joking around. I've been called that a time or two in my life and, no, I didn't get hurt, I got angry.
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• Philippines
19 Jun 08
It made you angry? Well, it is kind of a hurting word for some people, especially if it's meant to hurt you. Thanks (^^,)
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• United States
18 Jun 08
To me, that word is just used by people that are jealous or holier than thou. There is nothing wrong with expressing yourself sexually and exploring different things. People are so closed minded sometimes.
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• Philippines
19 Jun 08
Yes they are, especially the people still living and believing about traditional stuff. Jealousy? It could be a reason. Thanks for sharing your point of view(^^,)
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@djmarion (4901)
• Philippines
18 Jun 08
S-L-U-T is a negative term in my opinion and i will never want to hear someone saying that word to me. it means a w-h-o-r-e, a b-i-t-c-h and it's really not so good to hear. i never say that word to anyone since i use to mind my own business and i don't really call people with names.
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• Philippines
18 Jun 08
Nice perception. It can really hurt people when you call them that and who are we to judge or call people names right? Thanks for the response(^^,)
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@Tianna2 (1273)
• United States
19 Jun 08
Hi Vermillion, there was a time when I used to really hate that word. These days I believe that it says more about the people that use it than the ones they are talking about. People usually only use that word when they are jeolous! So, I just take it as a compliment any more! Hugs, Tianna
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@EddieHands (37669)
• United States
19 Apr 16
Well I am a guy, but I've never called anyone that! I am sure i would get slapped if I did say it, Blessings
• Merced, California
19 Apr 16
There nothing wrong with being that even guys get called it sometimes. I dont know why woman always get called that it is a stupid word
@Erratic (724)
• Australia
20 Jun 08
I never use that word on any person. I don't like it and think it demens the person far too much.