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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-31 18:44:14
ID: 4526
"Stupid bitch" I can't think of anything else more synonymous with the culture of domestic violence against women than those two words. Where are you sanctimonious assholes now? Op who misspelled "ho", you are NOT a stupid bitch. I can think of endless other things more detrimental to a kid's well being, than telling them to not dress like a hooker.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-31 18:04:22
ID: 4525
Okay, if we're being technical, it's ho'. It's an abbreviation of "whore." The apostrophe indicates that you have dropped the "r."
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-31 13:54:11
ID: 4514
A hoe is a gardening tool. It's 'ho dumbass. I'm thinking your teenage daughter is probably smarter than you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-31 13:22:44
ID: 4513
Why are people so uptight about revealing clothing? It's just a damn body, we all have one. God forbid a kid see a woman in a low cut top and push up bra, and then goes home and hears about the latest psycho that went on a shooting spree. Our priorities are all fucked up if we really find a pair of tits more inappropriate than all the violencein our society.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-31 11:19:52
ID: 4511
Attitudes like this are exactly what is to blame for rape culture and victim blaming. If you judge another human being to be a "slut", you give them a name and the assumption is that they are of a lesser value than other women. Then it becomes a bit more OK if she is raped or abused because she's worth less than another person. Only stupid bitches have this view.
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Posted by: gabatik
2014-05-30 23:04:09
ID: 4509
My band name is totally going to be Sluts and Whores in Turtlenecks and Pants.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-30 20:38:48
ID: 4504
I wore a mini skirt one time at 15 yrs old and my dad told me, sternly and lovingly that it wasn't appropriate and that I should have some self respect and class but he will allow me to make that choice to leave dressed that way. He also said real guys like classy girls. Even though I still left the house dressed that way, I felt very uneasy and ever since then, I've been more modestly dressed and I've never had a problem with attracting men. However, sluts and whores can also wear turtlenecks and pants. I just learned that you don't have to show it all at once to everyone, for "free" just for a few idiot guys to gawk at you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-30 20:33:06
ID: 4503
Eh, I wouldn't have any problem telling my daughter she looked like a hoe. You dress like one then expect to be treated like one by guys. My house, my rules. Don't like it, pack your bags and leave.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-30 19:52:20
ID: 4498
I like to think I would tell my daughter she was free to wear the outfit INSIDE the house, or I would be going with her dressed equally tastelessly.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-30 18:24:14
ID: 4495
If at fifteen my mother said I looked like a slut/whore I would only be more determined to wear the offending outfit. Verbally abusing your child for having her own taste is just not on, at all. And you'll only make her more determined to defy you.
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