“…You’re doin’ hoe activities,
with hoe tendencies,
hoes are your friends,
hoes are your enemies…”
HOE- a prostitute; a whore. Get them hoes outa here! (this is what the dictionary definition gave as how to use the word HOE in a sentence)
Kendra Wilkinson is not the first celebrity with a sex tape set to explode the market, though Kendra’s tape features multiple partner swapping and more moves than Kim Kardashian’s cadaver style lovin with fellow hoe Ray J. Paris Hilton’s sex tape gave her already famous name infamy, television shows, and a launchpad for brand Paris. When talent and hard work won’t give your career that necessary edge celebrities feel they need to achieve the next big thing, a hotel and a camcorder seems to be the go to guy in the stretch for the next score. But of course one does not have to be a celebrity in order to be a hoe.
Freedom to do what you want to do and be what you want to be is the core essence of any feminist stance. The amount of sex partners you have or your particular sexual turn ons do not make you a hoe. The fact people gossip about who you have had sex with does not make you a hoe. The REASONS one chooses to partake in sexual activities make them hoes. Behind their sex me first, ask my name later bravado is a shadow of personal insecurity and a deep need for approval and acceptance. Lots of these women (and men) were molested as children and revert back to a time where the attention they received for sexual favors and sexual acts gave them the recognition and acknowledgment that drives their egos. They confuse the attention they receive from sex with love. Hoes love to brag on how they give the best blow jobs, have the wettest sex, and have so many men (and women) begging to get it. All hoes are attention whores that have sex to garner the favor and awareness of others because on the inside they feel so hollow and empty. Hoes are great actresses that mask their pain by being good time girls. God forbid if using your mind, work ethic and personal convictions gets you ahead. Hoes give head to get ahead.
To tell the truth and shame the devil, most of us aren’t so innocent. We may idolize known hoes luxurious and carefree lifestyles. Lots of us have gotten a little frisky with our video phones. The first Black Miss America Vanessa Williams was embroiled in scandalous hoe shit when Penthouse Magazine released nude (how tame in today’s standards) pictures of her and she was pressured to relinquish her crown. Her mark on the world was set to be just another naked chick flashing her goods to anyone with $4.00, but Vanessa was more than that. A scholarship theater student with great pipes, Vanessa regrouped and dropped platinum albums, got nominated for Tony Awards, and redefined her legacy as the body of her work spoke ever louder than the naked body some photographer snapped pics of back in 1982. Vanessa even got her degree from Syracuse University after 25 years using her Broadway roles as college credits. Instead of cashing in on hoe shit, Vanessa cashed into her ever endless well of will, drive, and talent. The Penthouse pics are just a footnote on her long-standing career. She never used these pictures to propel her fame. Tapping into her authenticity propelled her fame.
Every woman has been faced with a choice to use her body over her mind. Hoes are rappers favorite subjects and there’s always money and champagne to shower on them. Recent scandals with Tiger Woods and Jesse James has shown how much the sport of hoeing is played even by the least likely of players. Everybody seems to be interested in what makes hoes tick, and what hoes will do next, because unbeknownst to hoes, everyone knows they value attention and money more than they value themselves. Hoes are easy- good time girls people have sex with, laugh at and throw away. The independence these hoes pretend to have over their lives is a joke that everybody else gets except them. Hoes allow their sexuality to own them versus the other way around. These hoes are their own worst enemy, selling themselves to the lowest bidder. No one loves hoes, they use hoes. Hasn’t anyone told them this?
Oscar Award winning and Foxxhole Radio host Jamie Foxx interviews Oprah Winfrey Show guest and author Karrine “Superhead” Steffans.