Click out now if you expected images of sluts because you probably won't care about this argument. So, I've literally stayed up this whole time because I just watched this video on Youtube and I've been arguing in these comments. Jenna (the girl in the video) is stating her opinion that sluts have less safety than regular women do. Not only in the sexual way such as STD's but also in the way of having sex and being completely vulnerable with someone you don't even know (one night stands). You don't know if that person is a psychotic killer or not. She also states that all sluts are "lonely and sad" and that "hooking up with a lot of dudes doesn't make you cool" and that "they'll feel better about themselves because they don't have a lot of partners". People are getting butt-hurt over this because they state that what females do with their bodies is their business. That just because they have a lot of sex doesn't mean they're lonely or sad, that because they like to have sex? doesn't mean they deserve to be degraded. Also stating that being judge for it is completely wrong. Different girls want to get different things from life. Other people are butt-hurt over this because they feel like she's being sexist. That Jenna is teaching her wide female demographic to "not get raped" instead of telling men to not rape. Feeling as though Jenna is perpetuating misogyny through this message. Anyone with a solid argument? It would be interesting to see @[Britanica] and @[Scarlette]'s opinions of this.