Country Living Series

Friday, September 28, 2012

Redefining a slut

And for a total change of subject over canning pears, here's my WND column for this week entitled Redefining a Slut.


Sorry for the questionable language.

26 comments:

  1. Great column! I discovered the truth about Planned Parenthood in 1993. Since learning it, what they do has a troubling but consistent internal logic.

    Back then, I called the nearest PP to get a referral for an MD who performed vasectomy reversals. I was transferred several times before someone actually understood the question. She tersely replies that there was no one local. I asked about the next large city an hour's drive away, and she gave me the number. Same treatment there, when I finally found someone who understood the question, the answer was a definitive "We don't do that and don't know of anyone who does." Since then I have called them Planned Non-parenthood, likely the true purpose of the organization. Supporting slutty non-breeding women seems to be their stock and trade. Sorry if that's too blunt, but the truth can be painful.

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  2. Patrice, you are SOOOO right!

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  3. I learned early on that the respect factor in relationships was a lot more rewarding than "sleezy easy" morals.....but I came from good parents who stayed together and actually cared I was on the planet......others teens nowdays....not so much.

    We all know it starts with the parents, but in many cases, there is no parental concern or guidence of morals. In these not-so-rare situations, teens will cave to the norm and live with the consequenses......but here is where I disagree. It is the children that are created in these whirl wind unions that suffer the most.....teenhood or adulthood.

    It may not be morally correct, but IT IS WHAT IT IS.....and until we can figure out how to deal better with the outcome of unwanted children, the alternative for me is planned parenthood where there is far less suffering involved in a world where over population is rampid.

    Imagine how great this country could be if each and every child that came into it was wanted and loved.

    PS. for the person who wanted to reverse a procedure to have kids....I don't think PP is where you would want to go. They are more into pregnancy prevention.

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    1. I know people who gave up waiting for a baby to adopt locally and went overseas. Why is adoption not considered a "better deal" for those "unwanted" children?

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    2. Anon, PP was founded to eliminate unwanted, minority populations. Murdering a defenseless human being of any age is evil. Take your snake oil and sell it else where. You are either a fool or evil.

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    3. Too much private enterprise going on. I agree...it should be made much easier than it is. This IS a flaw in the system.

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    4. To mr. "take your snake oil and sell it somwhere else".....
      PP was created for EVERYONE who wants to manage their families and ONLY HAVE WANTED CHILDREN.

      I assume you are talking about abortion as a result....news flash!!!! There are NO ABORTIONS if preventative measures are taken. No one wants abortion on the table.....not even Planned Parenthood if possible!

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  4. our society is so shameful! If our society would cut programs that feed, cloth and house people with children from multiple fathers then maybe it would cu down on the " I
    Can sleep around cause the government will pay for all my kids! It use to be shameful to have children unwed now a days it's "cute"! Ugh, I (34yo) just don't understand our society anymore, the parents are not parents anymore!!!!:(

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  5. We found nothing questionable or objectionable in your column, Patrice. You spoke the absolute truth, as usual, with very good facts to back you up. This attempt by the left to redefine "slut" reminds us of Orwell's 1984 "double-speak." Obviously, Orwell's warnings have gone unheeded by the always diligently deceptive liberal progressives. Their lack of morality and ignorance of the lessons they should be learning from history just never end. They have no shame, or we would say SHAME on them! --Fred & Deb in AZ

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    1. Are you serious?......Do you really think promiscuity is only happening amongst progressives and liberals?? Shame on you for being so naive.
      Don't want to burst your bubble....but this isn't about politics and it certainly isn't about religion or class systems. This is happening across the board!

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  6. Great article. I agree with you that slut-shaming needs to stay, and even increase. Theoretically cad-shaming is also good, but I think it is less effective for decreasing sluttery. It doesn't take that many cads to service all the sluts, unfortunately.

    -sunshinemary

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  7. Words don't mean, people do.
    This was central to my degree in Communications.

    Consider the change in meaning of the work "nice".

    Words are always changing meaning. Consider the word "turd" used sometimes in this blog to describe some misbehaving critter.

    All of that said. Even if words carry meaning by consent, with no shared meaning, nothing can be communicated.

    Consider the difficulty of wrestling of what the meaning of the word "is", is.

    Those on the left, in particular the pundit class, are masters of shifting meaning. I think that the Overton Window comes into play here.

    I guess one could say that the left are sluts to their ideology, rather than servants of principle.

    That is when they adhere to anything.

    Say it long, say it loud, say it often, say it proud.

    Yep, lie often enough and the sheep will start believing it.

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    1. Again.....lumping everyone into catagories is always a red flag for me and usually comes from a disgruntled persons narrow minded point of view.

      Realized this a long time ago and try to stay away from the "always" "nevers" and "grouping" of individuals.....even if ALL the words are properly used!

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    2. Please locate and consider the seventh word you typed.

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    3. My personal analysis has nothing to do with throwing bombs at others.

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  8. People are entitled to their opinions but I couldn't believe how some people responded to the article! I thought it was great.

    Although, I believe women should embrace their sexuality WITHIN their marriage. Granted, I've messed around before getting married, but I feel as though I've "grown" sexually with my husband- I've done stuff with him that have been a first for myself.

    I think that's what needs to be focused on. Jsut my opinion...

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  9. As usual, spot on! Thanks for saying it out loud!

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  10. I remember vividly my mother wagging her finger and saying "shame on you". It was worse than a spanking. I used it on my children and even my dog, both of which responded quickly and appropriately.

    Changing the name of an action or the meaning of a word doesn't change the fact that they are behaving shamefully. The good news is that they don't have to continue their behavior and they can change for the better. How to reach them is the problem. I believe the first step is the dissolution of government support, which tells them that what they are doing is fine and that they can't help themselves. They should not be playing on the taxpayers dime. They need to be forced to look around and see how others are succeeding (not talking money here, talking behavior). No matter if you like him or not, Rick Santorum was spot on when he said during the debates that putting off sex (and kids) until educated, employed and married would end poverty. It would also end sexually transmitted diseases, unwanted children, and LOTS of unhappiness.
    sidetracksusie

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  11. That was very cavelier of Santorum, but not realistic.

    It is usually the old group of unwanted children that are keeping the cycle going. We at least need to break the chain by not having any more unwanted pregnancies first through planned parenthood. Bad moral behavior should NEVER be OK....but we can talk morals as we deal with it.

    The government will be paying for them down the road anyway unless you possess the latest Christian philosophy that says "take care or your own and the rest are ON their own! HEATHENS!!

    I ask you....what is wrong with this picture??? Where is the old compassion this country used to share for one another? We need to reach out cause we are all in this together.....no matter how hard we try to separate ourselves. BJ

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    1. Being born to an unmarried teenager, I thank God there weren't more people like you in the 70's or I would probably not have had a chance to live. There are years long waiting lists for infants so there is no such thing as an unwanted baby. I'm sorry life has so little meaning for you, but that you can think murdering a defenseless baby is somehow merciful? That's not really something I can wrap my mind or my morals around. Poor confused person, murder is not compassion and it never will be no matter how your sick and twisted mind tries to make it sound pretty.

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    2. Your assumptions are baseless.
      I did NOT say it was ok to "murder defenseless babies".....you did.....but you actually just proved my point.....and that point is......

      Birth Control= NO ABORTIONS!
      Can't help all those with a moral problem....but we can prevent unwanted pregnancies while we are trying.
      BJ

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    3. Funny how some people will get outraged at the thought of removing an embryo with the day after pill (not a formed baby)....but think it is business as usual to send twenty year olds to war and be killed. BJ


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    4. First, the twenty-year-olds VOLUNTEERED to be in the military.. But an unborn baby/fetus/embryo never has a choice.

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    5. There should be NO war and NO unwanted children in a perfect world. psychological trama comes with both...

      Wish I knew the percentage of young men and women who regret signing up......especially the ones with suicidal tendencies and missing limbs. We pray on the gullible nature of our youth.

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    6. I guess I wasn't aware that something you can't even see with the naked eye after 24 hours could actually know the difference....We have bigger fish to fry and bigger problems to solve than to be hung up on the demise of 24 hr. microscopic cells.

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  12. Boy, I don't know if I want to play this time, but I guess I'll throw in a couple pennies...

    Even if the word "slut" is successfully de-stygmitized, there would likely emerge a new word to describe a morally bankrupt, dangerously promiscuous person.

    A rose is a rose is a rose.

    Just Me

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