Note: This is just to let it be known that I don't agree with the term "slut" in any circumstances, I think the term is misogynist and outdated. However, I think that the "slut", as a social stereotype is often misinterpreted - overglamourised in many writings, or overly debased in others.

This poem focuses on the theme in a school setting, as I don't think there's anywhere else where the term is more used and more overproportionalised. I also looked at how perhaps later on in school, there's an idea of a race to lose your virginity.


She spreads her legs like oily butter

What's wrong with Danny? What did Danny do today?

Sir can't help but wonder if she's a nutter

Sir can't help but notice she's never on time

It's a fucking insult, that's what it fucking is

(Says Hayley, Hayley's not done It)

Still is it true, you can't imagine it, can you,

Ben? No! Ben wouldn't, would he?

Would you?

She's a shrug and a nod, but only after a while

That red lipstick looked a right mess

Why can't I touch your hair? It's so nice

Sir can't help but notice that's not correct uniform

She's a fucking insult and a cup of tea

Who'll be the last virgin?

It won't be me.