Why “stud shaming” is not the male equivalent of “slut shaming”

I recently thought aloud about the assumed (by feminists) double standard regarding “slut shaming”, reflecting about the lack of double standard due to the difference between “easily obtained sex” (for girls) and “friggin’ difficult to attain sex” (for men).

Today it occurred to me that “easy sex” is the crux of the matter. Are men shamed for having the sex that they can easily get?

You bet they are.
(The links are more or less random off google’s first two result-pages)

So, next time a woman complains about slut shaming ask her how she feels about men visiting prostitutes.

Want to bet what the answer will be?

“THAT’S DIFFERENT!!!”

It’s not. It’s just her double standard.

And if you need help in arguing the courtesan’s perspective I wholeheartedly recommend this blog.

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