Randella LaKeitha Whoreton: I was just thinking about this, but I actually find "hoes" to be very emotionally-strong people. →
People can call them “thirsty,” “slutty,” or any demeaning, misogynistic term that they want, but when it comes down to it, it takes a lot of guts to go after what you want without fear of failure/rejection, which is essentially what “hoes” do.
I consider myself a pretty “strong” person (I’m educated, self-sustaining, and pretty well-spoken), but I still have that passive, insecure female mentality that the guy has to make the first move. I think that’s why what most women claim they want is not a guy that they find attractive, but a guy who finds them attractive.
I guess the difference between “hoes” and “nice girls” is that “hoes” aren’t afraid of going after what they want regardless of what others think of them, and people often find that threatening—both males and females.
So this one goes out to the “hoes.” Do your thing.