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Don't Call Me a Slut

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I remember the first time I was called a slut: I was 16 years old and denied a blowjob to a guy I was dating. Although I first had sex at 14 with a guy that, today, I have no sort of relationship with, I decided to go into a celibate period shortly after that. And by celibate, I don't mean that I wouldn't allow myself to date, because I would. I just didn't want to date someone who just wanted to have sex with me.

When I started to date this guy (who I'm calling "Kevin" to protect his privacy), I really thought that he was different from all the guys I'd met before. He was sweet and respected me and my decision of having no sexual intercourse until I was ready — or so I thought.

One day, while we were making out after school, Kevin started to slide his hands under my top, to which I asked him to stop. And he did. But 5 minutes later, he asked me for a blowjob, and when I denied him, he looked me in the eye and said that I was a snobbish slut, who was afraid to have sex.
A few days later, he broke up with me and started to date one of my best friends (once again, or so I thought).

After that brief affair, I had more relationships, as well with one-night-stands. I have to say that I was never a girl who would sleep around with the first guy who would appear in front of her, and I must have had around four one-night-stands in almost nine years of being sexually active, mainly because all the one-night-stands that I've had has been with men that I have known for quite some time.

But even so, in today's society where nobody is perfect but we do have to pretend to be in order of feeling accepted, I am considered a slut. Which is not the case. I am not having sex with guys every now and then in order to make myself happy. In fact, I haven't had a different sexual partner since 2013!

I am not a slut, a whore, a hoe or whatever you want to call it. I don't sell my body in order to get sexual pleasure. I have sex because I am connected with that person by some reason, and there is some sort of magnetism between us. I am a sexually active woman. And that is totally fine with me.
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