Is It The Whore In Me Or The Whore In You?

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Why is it when a man has multiple sex partners he is considered a stud or the man? He can have babies with several different women and is not look down upon, but if a woman does the same exact thing she is considered a whore. It is time to stop with the double standards and make a whore a whore no matter the gender. When a man knows that he would be or is considered a whore for committing the same act a woman does, then he will stop violating our daughters and become the man he is suppose to become. It is time ...
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Why is it when a man has multiple sex partners he is considered a stud or the man? He can have babies with several different women and is not look down upon, but if a woman does the same exact thing she is considered a whore. It is time to stop with the double standards and make a whore a whore no matter the gender. When a man knows that he would be or is considered a whore for committing the same act a woman does, then he will stop violating our daughters and become the man he is suppose to become. It is time for us as a society to stop applauding people, both men and women, for living lives that are conducive to lives of whores. This book will give you a different view on the meaning of the word whore and will hopefully change how you are living.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781448610099
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/5/2012
  • Pages: 80
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

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    The Eye of the Beholder

    Isn't a person who has many sexual partners considered a whore? Does it matter what the sex of the individual may be? Corey L. Reynolds takes a look at the double standard in "Is It the Whore in Me or the Whore in You?"

    In the beginning, the challenge was completing this book. What I liked about this book was how the author exposes his past transgressions. He explains his train of thought and how even after rededicating his life he still had to fight to stay focused. He uses scriptures to explain the different views of sex.

    What I dislike about the book was the grammatical errors. There were moments when I felt the author was all over the place. It appeared that he was trying to get justification for his actions.

    This book encourages you to give thought to your sexual behavior.

    Reviewed by: Jas

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