Birds Of A Feather: Can You Be Friends With A Hoe?
It's said that birds of a feather flock together, but that's not always true. Trust! I've seen pristine girls with the messiest of hoes and still maintain a respectable rep. Believe it or not, hoes and regular girls are usually doing the same things in the dark. Whether she treats her box like the holy grail or a rental space for multiple occupants, it's no one's business. How that information is spread is the distinguishing factor between the two sets of women.
Outside of that, can a real friendship develop between the lady and the tramp? Absolutely. And I stand behind that 100%. I know several girls from both groups that are funny, polite, nice, supportive and embody all the other traits needed to be a great friend; they just get messy when it comes to the bedroom games. Do they get judged for that? Cast aside like a leper? (Okay, I'm reaching.)
You see, the friendship must be created strategically. There are rules that must be followed, and here they are (from a good girl, of course)!
1. Never compromise your personal morals.
Just like in a "regular" friendship, you should never lose sight of what you believe in and the rules you live by. If your hoe friend would rather dip off from a party with a gang of seedy men from a sports team, you grab your purse and get yourself home. Grown women make their own decisions, and you're free to not tag along. It's all about the image you want out there of yourself.
2. Always give a truthful opinion.
Don't bullshit your hoe friend just because she's, well, a hoe. If she's sleeping with a married man, tell her she's wrong. Never wish her ill (like, the wife finding out), but make sure she knows your stance on the entire situation. Even if a guy hurts her feelings, be honest and express why he played her. (Answer: She's a hoe.) It's only fair to let her rock, but make sure you speak up on everything.
3. Be a real friend.
Seriously, she could change. Your friend could really see how you carry yourself and decide to cast away her messy ways. Is it cool to smile in her face, then subtweet her on Twitter pretending like y'all didn't plan a vacay? No. Treat her like you would your other homegirls. Give advice, show support and uplift. Again, refer back to rules #1 and #2 if you're struggling with this.