Aren’t you sick of it?
Aren’t you sick of being told that if a guy and a girl get together and the guy doesn’t get sex he has been cheated, even if all he gave was his time, but it’s expected that the girl gets nothing and if she gets something then she is lucky, and if she doesn’t then she shouldn’t be surprised?
Aren’t you sick of being laughed at for suggesting, even by complete accident and misuse of words, you, female, that your male sex partner should care about you, or should consider possibly caring about you?
Are you tired of being told that human trafficking is very difficult to stop “because of how lucrative it is” but–whether or not the accounts of trafficking are true–never, ever hearing anyone suggest that trafficked women should try to take the lucrative profits for themselves, if it is inevitable and the profits are inevitably going to be had by someone?
Why should you live with a constant threat but never do anything about it? Even if that threat is exaggerated, it still exists in some form, whether it’s an actual chance of danger or whether it’s restrictions, stress, fear, conflict, and general unhappiness imposed by people who imagine danger. I don’t know which one of those it is, but I know it’s one of them.
How many times are you going to be told that this is just the way the world works, that boys will be boys, that there’s nothing you can do about it and that it’s been this way since the beginning of time, before you decide to get what’s yours for what everyone is taking from you?
I have made an attempt to rid myself entirely of any sexuality which I myself do not deliberately initiate and it has not worked.
Everything you do is whoring unless you do it with a partner whom you love mutually; in a way informal whoring means that you should always use sex at every naturally arising opportunity, but what it really means is that you should acknowledge that using sex is what you already do and you should be conscious of it and do it to the best ability.
It is time to stop being the loser.