That’s a disgusting, reductive view of women and their decisions regarding their own romantic lives.
From the emotional stigma (a lack of standards and self worth) to the physical (seriously?
His books almost uniformly involve one lost boy, a sadistic coterie of exploitative older men, one true psycho, rimming, dismemberment, and somewhere around there is a snuff film that just might be real.
In The Sluts he does not stray from familiar territory.
But The Sluts, Cooper admits in an interview on the Void Books website, feels like a "side project" to the cycle. But we have to judge Cooper by the high standards he has set for himself in the past, and by those standards theres little new here that hasnt been better explored in some of his past works, notably Try and Frisk.
The story revolves around Brad, a Cooperian archetypelooks like fourteen, is probably older, dazed look on his face, amazing asswho acquires infamy and a cult-like following on a hustler review site.
our reproductive system is going to have “a lot of miles” on it?
He is a minimalist, paring down his stories to the absolutely essential information.
Some parents use slut shaming as a form of verbal abuse.
But chances are good that your parents — or anyone else who might be doing the work of raising you — want you to be a happy, fulfilled person in all ways.
They ready to have sex with any and everything that want to have sex with them.
But when you are single, and you actually love yourself, you know your value and your self worth you hold out until God sends you whats yours.