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Just moved back to Sound area from Southern Union but im since from LouisianaRu How gentlemen.
The double standard is something anyone can fall victim to every day. The first example would Sluts in quick edge the double standard most typically seen, and directed toward women. How the hell can she win? Well do you want, a S,uts A magical Slluts perhaps? So you're making a split-second Sluts in quick edge based on one thing, and one thing only. This goes for girls too. We are so quick to call Sluts in quick edge girls sluts and whores. They see that girl S,uts looked amazing last night as a threat, as competition.
Instead of insulting and degrading other females we should lift each Sluys up. Compliment her if she looks good, stop feeding the double standard because you feel insecure, and degrading Slts makes you feel better. You're only feeding rape culture. The second problem I have with the double standard is it fuels rape culture. No girl wants to be called a slut, but it happens all the time. She's not asking for it. The next example is having to do with style and clothing.
The most typical is how females dress, especially when they go out. I've heard this statement so many times it's beginning to sound like a broken record. We have kids as early in elementary school being sent home because they have spaghetti straps on their dress, and it's distracting to the boys. Moving on, I'll talk about body modifications, such as piercings and tattoos. These are things that with times changing have certainly made exceptional progress, but are still very susceptible to judgments.
Last spring break I was in Fort Lauderdale. Three of my friends and I were venturing toward the beach to meet up with some fellow Purdue students. I can say I was furious; this was probably one of the most ignorant things I have ever heard anyone say. Having a half sleeve or a nose ring to me usually indicates a more artistic, open minded, or creative person, but never something that should invoke fear or any other message. They're not out of Line, you're just possessive.
The last example I will share is something I see often. Now she does this while complaining that my father makes a fuss over what she wears all the time, which he frequently does. The problem in this situation is that this controlling double standard behavior is because of a deeper issue, or insecurity in that relationship. If you were secure and confident in your relationship you should have no problem with your wife going for a GNO or your husband hitting up a local sports bar to catch the game with some buddies.
I think we as humans need to a little less judgmental, and a little more open.