What is a hoe? Who is a hoe? Are you a hoe? Can men be hoes too?
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Ho vs Hoe
Noun: A long-handled gardening tool with a thin metal blade, used mainly for weeding and breaking up soil.
Noun: offensive. A prostitute
What does it mean to be a “hoe”?
Growing up, many of us were taught that a woman’s sexuality is a taboo subject. Men are considered sexual in nature. There is a preconceived notion that men hit their sexual prime earlier than women. Consequently, we are also told that men must sow their wild oats.
These thoughts, that sexuality in women is nonexistent, are further perpetuated as we become more aware of sexuality. I am here to dispel that idiotic notion and tell you that women want to express their sexuality just as much as their male counterparts. And just like their male counterparts, women may want to have multiple partners. Who knew?
However, women are shamed for this.
Why are women looked down upon for doing the same things as men? What is a hoe, but a long-handled gardening tool?
If men don’t call their male friends “hoes” after talking with them about their sexcapades, why would we do this to women?
Maybe this all derives from how women’s bodies are sexualized.
We, as a society, have a problem with the hypersexualization of women. For example, the “patriarchal gaze,” also known as the “male gaze”, is also how the media perpetuates masculine sexual ideals when presenting women as objects. The “patriarchal gaze” is why young people see a woman’s body as the most sexual thing in the world. So why is it acceptable for men to walk around topless but not women? For example, social media tells us it’s not the breast tissue that’s offensive, but the nipples. Both men & women have nipples. So why are women’s nipple sexual but not men’s? Women’s nipples are always blurred or covered, while men are free to show theirs off as if it’s not the same piece of pointed flesh on both bodies.
The only thing you have to do is be safe. Safety should be the first thing you think of when you plan on doing something “wild.” There is nothing wrong with gloating about your escapades, ladies. As I have told my friends “let your freak flag fly, but safely.” There is no reason why ladies should be forced to be reserved if they don’t want to be.
If men are free to do as they will, then why shouldn’t women without being called a “hoe” or “ho”?
Of course, there is nothing wrong with being reserved.
Men are never shamed for their actions sexually, but women on the other hand are. This boils down to double standards in our society. I’m not saying everyone should just go out and be promiscuous and sleep with whoever they want and how many people they want. Although you are absolutely free to do what you want. Above all, it’s your body, just be safe.
But if a woman who is promiscuous, is a “hoe”? Then a man that’s promiscuous should also be labeled as the same thing, right?