New woman’s group inadvertantly helps guys get laid more. (Thanks, ladies!)

We’ve just learned about a new group encouraging women to view sex as “enjoyable, healthy and a profound part of the human experience.” This isn’t really news because there’s already been a much larger group pushing the same idea for centuries: Men.

If you’re a guy and you want to make getting laid more, encourage every woman you know to take the pledge:

The Sluts Unite Oath

  • I believe that sex represents more than just the creation of children.
  • I believe it is an enjoyable, healthy and a profound part of the human experience.
  • I also believe that the responsible use of birth control is an essential component of a mature, civilized society.
  • And if these beliefs make me a slut in some people’s eyes, then so be it.
  • I will stand united with my fellow sluts, now and always.

You go, girls! I mean, sluts!

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everyone fuck whomever you want. people who hold themselves back from sexual satisfaction create problems in their lives and in their relationshits. if you’re in a relationshit, the same rules apply. and if, for whatever reason, you and your partner want to fuck the same people, whether that means exclusively each other or not, then you’re sexually compatible. thoughts don’t mean shit. everyone is unfulfilled with their lives most of the time. people pretend to be happy. happiness takes effort. fuck whomever you want, try to practice safe sex and avoid sti’s, and you will have moments of happiness. that’s the best you can hope for.


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