Just because you’re a slut doesn’t mean you’re not nice. And vice versa. I know plenty of wonderfully nice, healthy, mature people who have consensual sex with one partner, multiple partners, partners of the same sex, or who chose not to have any sex at all.
There are just far too many people in this world who are bitter that other people are happy. Those people should be avoided. When confronted with these unhappy prudes, do what I do and just drool a little. Works like a charm!
Until I started writing for this site, I honestly had no idea that the word “slut” was so toxic. It’s a negative label that serves only to shame women who dare to express themselves sexually. What an ugly idea.
The word “slut” is a Puritan insult, a throw back to a more repressive time when society sought to control the sexual behaviors of women, while indulging those same appetites in men. Which is why men are “studs” when they engage in sexual activity. “Slut” is the verbal equivalent of a chastity belt and a lash. A woman’s virtue is prized in a culture run by men. Emphasis on “prize.”
You’re not a prize and not a slut. You’re a human motherspelunking being with a heart, and wiggly toes, and genital organs. It is the right of every human being to express, explore, and flaunt their sexuality. Never regret answering the aching call of your divine flesh. Be greedy with kisses. Treat skin as if it were served by the scoop. Do what feels right and natural. Dry humping is to sex what an awesome, heart-stopping trailer is to a movie you’ve been waiting years to see.
Never let anyone make you feel dirty or bad or… or not nice for playing during adult recess.
I, John DeVore, am a slut. A slutty-slut-slut. And I’m proud of it. Nyaaaaaah.
So to answer your question: you sound like a nice, normal girl.