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Why is female sexuality so taboo and inappropriate

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We still live in a patriarchal society. No matter how liberal people get, there will always be double standards for women and equal rights is what they've been fighting for.
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Society treats men better than women. They're allowed to do many things and get away with it just because they're men. Women still get treated as second class citizens.
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Men and women are allowed to do the same things but society labels women as such. They still see women as inferior to men. It's sad because women are not given the chance to be who they are.
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Because society sees men as the dominant species. Women play second fiddle and are victims of double standards. They expect women to abide by the norms but men are exempted from it.
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People got used to seeing men as the stronger sex. They forget that women can do what men can too. Some people can be chauvinistic.
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Because society can't take it that women can be like men. The stereotype for women is still there. They see men as better than women.
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Women shouldn't be called names for being true to themselves. Men and women can both do it without being called names. People should get over the double standards.
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Sexuality has been a subject of shame and sometimes, even ridicule. The fact that women get called names just shows that society still glorifies masculinity and shuns women's sexuality.
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Some women don't actually accept their sexuality for fear of getting judged and called names. It depends on the culture I guess? Some cultures repress women and their freedom to be who they really are.
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Sex and sexuality have been the number one taboo topic since the beginning of time. The body, its needs and urges, has always retained a bit of the prohibitive, the transgressive, the edgy, and the dangerous in its erotic iteration. The female body and its erotic potential has been celebrated only in so far as it has glorified masculine sexuality, but hardly ever in its own right.
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Society frowns upon brazen women. They still think men are the superior ones. They still have this notion that women should suppress themselves hence the name calling.
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Society frowns upon brazen women. They still think men are the superior ones. They still have this notion that women should suppress themselves hence the name calling.
Being brazen gets you branded as a slut. It's not fair because some women are at ease with their sexuality.
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A lot of the complaints women have about slut shaming are the sexual harassment they claim to experience when going out in public and wearing clothes that show off their body. I wonder if they know that even women wearing clothes that cover every inch of their body also get sexually harassed.
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Men look at women differently when they're forward. So women are careful not to get harassed.
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There are still double standards. Society is patriarchal and men are allowed some liberties without judgment while women get called degrading names.
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Why can't we STILL accept that a girl too can desire sex, a girl too can flaunt her body, and a girl too can talk freely about her sexual problems, because it is necessary?
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Because we live in a chauvinistic society. Men are the studs because they get the women. Women on the other hand are expected to be old fashioned and traditional.
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Because women look at bold women the same way. They call women names. It's not about women pushing for women empowerment. It's about women shaming their fellow women.
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Most entrancing of all is taking a gander at what was prohibited. Sexual loyalty by and large components at the highest priority on the rundown of required female conduct however running down that rundown reveals a plenty of Dos and Don'ts for our female holds back.
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Because females get judged. Dressing sexy gets you labeled a slut. What more if they knew our sex lives?
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