sluttishness


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in the manner of a slattern

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But notice how the reader is given a picture of McEachern not as he is seen by others, but as he imagines himself: "Very likely he seemed to himself to be standing just and rocklike and with neither haste nor anger while on all sides the sluttishness of weak human man seethed in a long sigh of terror about the actual representative of the wrathful and retributive Throne.
Feminism was long hair, dungarees and dangly earings; postfeminism was business suits, big hair and lipstick, post post feminism was sluttishness and disorderly behaviour (Greer 1999, 4).
You'd think that men would be the worst culprits, but Kim and Aggie find that sluttishness knows no sexual boundaries.
Rapture, surely one of the first mainstream pop songs to incorporate rap, was just that, rapture, and although Debbie Harry's vocals were sometimes off key she still has, in late middle age, that same beguiling mixture of innocence and sluttishness that makes her that modern rarity, a true pop icon.
The daughter's sluttishness is taken for granted; the advice is aimed at preventing others from realizing it.