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Women exploring their bodies and sexuality has always been coated in shame. Any work to perfect our image and sexual viability should appear effortless and done with the sole intention of pleasing men. We should want only men, and live for their pleasure. When we want pleasure for ourselves, when we are too liberated, we are labeled as floozy, promiscuous and loose. But it is not loose morals that make skirts short or pictures too thirsty, it is freedom. It is gender minorities boldly claiming our desires, our joy, and our pleasure. They Call Us Floozies explores the freedom in claiming our sexual energy and liberation. We are embracing ourselves.

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