Despite being taught when you were little that you have to behave kindly with the others, you can act sometimes very badly with some people.
Some women have clearly chosen their teams between saints and sluts. Some others still wonder in which category they would fit in. And some women, after evolving in the saint category for years, turn into the slut category all of a sudden. The inverse is also true.
As I went to a catholic high school when I was a teenager, I met a lot of the saint category (who never turned into sluts years after). Usually, these are those girls who want to wait after the wedding to lose their virginity. I still remember this incredibly naive girl in my class, whose boyfriend was making badges for her (he was 21 at the time, yep) when he had some spare time in College. Of course, her aim was to stay a virgin until the day she married. And for what I heard about her recently, she achieved her goal, and is now happily married to her badge maker husband with three kids. I know she would never go off the rails, because she’s such a saint. Yeah, I find her incredibly annoying.
Among the other girls who didn’t fit into the saint category, there were the self -proclaimed sluts who were collecting boys as a principal hobby. One of them once confessed to me she couldn’t stay single, so she had to have a heavy turnover of male to fill her loneliness. Now, she’s still officially single, and is dating two guys at the same time, a married man and a guy just escaped from puberty. She told me she doesn’t want to get married, because she thinks marriage is a contract between two persons and believes she couldn’t respect the terms of the contract.
Then we had the sinners turned saints and the saints turned sinners. One of the self-proclaimed slut in my high school is now married AND faithful to her husband. They’ve been together for 5 years now and nobody thought it would have lasted for so long. On the other side, one of the little not- before- the- wedding turned into a real slut when she started her professional career as a lawyer. Her actual “love life” would make jealous the allergic- to- wedding mentioned above.
And then, there’s the special category in between (the heavy majority of us, in fact). T, 34, told me she feels sometimes like a slut, sometimes like a saint in her relationships. “There were some of my exes I treated like pure sexual objects, but it was mutual, and there were some who I really loved” she explained. “I do admit I’m not proud of some parts of my past love life. And if I’m really in love, I will try to make everything possible to be a saint to my man” she added. L.,31, explained she enjoyed being a slut when she’s single, and like a saint when she’s in couple. V., 30, said she had some fuck friends in between two serious relationships.
Do you consider yourself like a slut? A saint ? Neither of those two categories ?