It’s hard to tell if you’re a slut, sometimes. Most of us have heard it at least once, to our faces, behind our backs, written in a bathroom stall (do people still do that?). Take a peek at this flowchart to see if you make the cut!

 

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No? Not a slut? Don’t worry, you have so many opportunities to be the lucky winner of this endearing term!

Do you wear a bikini?

Maybe you masturbate?

Do you have sex? Or don’t have sex? 

Do you enjoy sex?

Are you flat-chested? Busty? (Get it? BUST-y?)

Do you work as a stripper? A sex worker?

Perhaps you said no to sex?

Stand up for yourself and call someone out for being sexist?

Do you ignore catcalls?

Challenge catcalls?

Do you wear tank tops?

What about shirts that show your bra straps?

Do you have long legs?

Short legs?

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Do you have legs in general?

Take birth control?

Buy condoms?

Did you break up with that guy that cheated on you?

Wear makeup? Or none at all?

You swear?!

Is “no” a word in your vocabulary? Have you used it before?

Bossy?

Do you have sex with a committed partner?

Casual sex?

Do you have friends that are of the opposite gender?

If any of this applies to you, then yes! You may be called a slut! Does this mean you’re a slut though?

No.

You are not a slut. She is not a slut. We are not sluts. #EndSlutShaming

Photo by Rosea Lake

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