FrEe2bMe answered Monday July 4 2005, 8:01 pm: Prude is a term that usually teens give to girls and sometimes even guys who won't "put out". Or in other words, they choose not to do anything sexual. For instance, a guy may try to kiss you or do even more and you may say no and stop him. After that he might call you prude. It's not a bad thing in my opinion. I'd rather be called prude than a slut. I think a lot of people (that just want sex or sexual encounters) think it's bad because they are not getting what they want. I think if someone calls you that, it should you have good morals and stick to them. Whatever the case, it's just another label for people to put on you. Live your life how you want to. :) [ FrEe2bMe's advice column | Ask FrEe2bMe A Question ]
Mackenzie answered Monday July 4 2005, 2:18 pm: I figuRed this to be betteR if left to the dictionaRy....
MELiixMARiiE answered Monday July 4 2005, 2:08 pm: A prude is someone who doesn't really know anything about sexual stuff..like you don't know really anything...and I guess it's considered a baf thing ; probably especially to your peers and stuff..because they probably all know everything.. so if you are a prude, maybe you should have your friends..uh...update you on some stuff?....hope I helped..
Teza answered Monday July 4 2005, 1:43 pm: Prude is when you wouldnt do anything with a guy or girl. Meaning.. kiss,anything sexual pretty much. It could also mean you wont hug a person or anything. Its kinda of being extremly shy. And yes it is a bad thing at times! ♥// [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
LoveNJstyle answered Monday July 4 2005, 1:30 pm: well usually people say it to people who are like "freezers" and dont want to have any kind of physical contact with the opposite sex. a lot of people get called that for saving themselves for marriage. its a value but its not praised by peers so its a good and bad thing. <3 [ LoveNJstyle's advice column | Ask LoveNJstyle A Question ]
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