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slut

Archaic a female dog
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> Islamic preacher Krissoni Henderson called a woman a 'slut' for her style of dress
billion, SlUT was provided Rs 3.32 billion during out-going financial year for transplantation complex Sukkur, installation of robotic surgery, procurement of dialysis machines and establishment of liver transplantation unit at Karachi
These included badges saying 'Cheap and Easy' and 'Slut of the Year',' and a book called Sluts."
Now he continues his habit of writing shows with 'slut' in the title by coming up with Single White Slut.
Race, gender and sexual violence were emphasized at this year's fourth annual Slut Walk in Edmonton.
The TV chef had dubbed her recipe of the day on the social networking site as "slut's spaghetti" and asked her followers if she needed to say anything more, the Mirror reported.
But being called a slut today is just as insulting as being called a slut in 2011.
Planned Parenthood's Facebook page, "Planned Parenthood Info for Teens," includes sexual content, including a link to an MTV program, "Sextra Credit Episode 2," focusing on the meaning of the word "slut."
If the choice of sexual self-presentation for women were such a free, unconstrained choice, why does it seem to come in only one flavor, namely, some preconceptualized variant of the patriarchal construct of "slut"?
Perry cited in particular the case of MSNBC liberal host Ed Schultz, who last year called conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut" on his radio program.