Thanks For Saving Me Nik

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THE DIRTY ARMY:  Nik, I used to be a sloot. There, I said it! I would hit up the bars and clubs every single night and went home with a different guy almost every other night. At the time, I thought I liked it, the constant attention, how I thought guys found me sexy and cute, and all the free booze. Then I realized how used and disgusting I felt after a guy would sleep with me and kick me out before we fell asleep. And most of them would admit to my face that they were just drunk when they picked me up and they thought I looked like a gremlin (which is not true, I know I’m not hideous). I love your website, it gives me hours of entertainment and helped me turn my life around. Seeing posts of all these women throwing away their lives for sex and money made me realize that I was on the fast track to becoming like them. Women seem to think that one night stands are like a game: the more men you bang anonymously, the better you are? I don’t understand that. I tried to get real with my former girlfriends who would travel the bars with me, told them I was worried about them, that they would get a DRD, have an unplanned baby, or even be killed or raped by a random guy. But they refused to listen, hence my use of the term “former girlfriends”. I finally settled down and began a relationship with my best friend and now we live together, and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. But please help me understand why women subject themselves to those feelings? This is one reason why America is failing right now, our women are so easy. Ladies, being a sloot isn’t as glamorous as the internet makes it out to be. Trust me, I’ve been there.

The constant struggle to stay popular in small markets by degrading yourself so you have something to talk about to others on your social networks is what life has become.- nik

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