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And so, my OKCupid adventure began…I set up a profile using the picture of a cute girl I know. It’s a little bizarre that an adult would choose to include the fourth installment of a children’s movie in their profile name for a dating site, but I digress. I wanted to make this so idiotic and unappealing that no one in their right mind would show interest in this girl. This girl clearly lacks the ability to read and write.
Not too sexy of a picture; I didn’t want her to look like a slut. If you are hitting on her after reading her profile, you have no interest in anything intellectual whatsoever. In the opening paragraph, she kind of quotes Katy Perry and says her passions are krumping and interpretive dance …
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Here’s part 2 of her bio: In the first question she confesses to what seems to be a serious hit-and-run. Under favorites, she admits her illiteracy, calls it “Two and One Half Men,” lists Geico commercials as one of her favorite shows, and professes love for “Bon Jorvi.” Next up, on “The six things I could never do without,” we get the mention of a dead father with September in parentheses – whatever that means – some bizarre proverbs, and then, #4 just says YOLO. Within 6 hours, my profile had been viewed over 400 times and 39 guys had messaged me.
His texts wage a radical inclusivity, opening themselves to all aspects of desire, like a map of voting districts gerrymandered by an anarchist.
It has since become a movement to empower women, encourage people to not judge a female how they chose to express their sexuality - also known as 's**t-shaming' - and to also fight back against victim blaming.“All the girls are afraid this could happen to them,” says Lyn Mikel Brown, a developmental psychologist at Colby College who specializes in girls’ development.The way she and other researchers see it, girls are caught in a bind.One researcher calls it “the slut trap.” Another describes it as a pedestal waiting to be smashed.A third calls it the “thinnest of all tightropes.” What they’re talking about is your daughter’s reputation, and it can start in middle school, not high school.