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One researcher calls it “the slut trap.” Another describes it as a pedestal waiting to be smashed.

A friend of mine recently signed up for OKCupid (for those who might be unaware: an online dating site) and was constantly telling me about all the bizarre and pathetic lines guys try to use on her via instant message.

She would very blatantly shoot them down and yet they would continue to message her.

These two forces coming together is what clinical psychologist Sharon Maxwell of Canton calls “girls’ sexual energy”: the realization that being a sexual person gives you social power and that looking a certain way—that is, sexy—helps you to fit in.

This doesn’t necessarily translate to wanting sex or even feeling sexual.

'I’ve decided to have this Slut Walk for women who have been through sh*t.

Even though I am up here crying I want to be the strong person you all look up to and do apologize for all guys,' she said, according to VH1.

His texts wage a radical inclusivity, opening themselves to all aspects of desire, like a map of voting districts gerrymandered by an anarchist.

As well, his work is tempered by unlikely moments of comedy and a wide-eyed, perpetually teenage love of music. That was before chain bookstores and in the punk era where there was a lot more openness to small, individualistic enterprises.

What does that meanj Query191007585722818969809_1402097913939 How are you good at i Pods?

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