Women cannot have multiple partners or boyfriends. But, no such rules apply to Men. If a woman has been with more than two boyfriends/sexual partners, she’s a hoe. If a man does it, he’s just got a charming personality. This has been the overview of the majority of the population on women. But chill, I’m no feminist. Neither was the woman who encouraged other women to share their hoe stories on the internet just for fun! And well oh well, look how the testosterone lost their calm.
Sex and relationship blogger Oloni wanted to take Twitter by surprise and have a little bit of fun. So, she asked her female followers to share their hoe stories with her.
And they did respond to her, have a look at a few of them here!
Two guys one night!
Same theme, different story!
Well at least to make new friends!
Here we go, A, B, C. And she quite literally slept with the crew.
Okay, so that is the most hilariously deceiving thing you did there!
So, the ladies were having real fun over tea time while reading the sexual experiences of other women. But as always, men had to show levy their judgment (You weren’t even invited brother! -_-). Some men felt that it was their duty to show their contempt and judgment towards these women.
Oloni told ATTN, “The reaction from women has been amazing.” “They love it and want more, they’re also pondering on whether or not their sex life is interesting after reading the thread. The men on the other side seem heart broken and full of emotions. I’ve seen a lot claim to have trust issues, lol. Now they know how we feel.”
Basically, when it comes to sex. Men are still free and women are still judged and punished for sleeping with multiple partners. The idea that women who sleep with multiple guys are characterless has been practiced for over hundreds of years and has seen little to no progress. the fact that we are actually outdated when it comes to a woman’s sexual life is proven in the replies below!
Yeah, I bet you didn’t trust your mother either!
Talking about your thinking?
And then you are the angels I suppose?