Kanaka24 saidi thought only women are sluts...?
That's true. It's always been used as a word directed at a sexually promiscuous woman or prostitute. Check any dictionary and that's what it will say. And it's by no means a compliment. In recent years gays are using it to describe themselves and other gay men. I find it kind of bizarre applying a negative female word to gay men. It only further emphasizes society's stereotypical perception that gay men are some kind of female wannabes. There are thousands of profiles on this site alone in which men are self described as "masculine". They haven't abandoned that word yet.
To answer the OP, I think any person who sleeps around may be pitiful and desperate, but not necessarily a sexual deviant; that's a more complicated issue. And there's an old expression, "what goes on in the bedroom (or other rooms) is nobody's business." For some reason certain people living in these days of the internet feel a need to tell us the explicit details of their sex lives.
At 19, you've never lived in an internet free world.
Draper is right on the money here. Slut shaming is big in the heterosexual world, and it is a shame that women need to worry about being judged by their sexuality, yes, that's a shame. But this thread is about how gay men slut shame one another. I don't know if well adjusted gay men do this, but I have seen it on guys who are more towards the sissy end of the spectrum or really deep into the gay bar/club scene.
WE ARE MEN. The word slut just cannot be applied to men. Scientifically speaking, men can't be sluts, because that's a term used to describe an overly sexual woman. In our species, this behavior people are trying to pin on male sluts is basically a normal sexual response in the male. Men are allowed to spread their seed, basically. Maybe my point is coming across as clumsy because it is late, but WE ARE MEN. We must remember teamwork, and build one another up. Not emasculate each another.