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Q: Do you have to be both bitter and a slut to qualify as a BitterSlut?
A: While almost all BitterSluts are occasionally bitter, not all of them are sluts. Of course, some are sluts (and not necessarily bitter about it). And most aren’t actually sluts or bitter (at least anymore, after finding this site). But all BitterSluts embrace the term with a wink and a smirk.

Q: Who started this site, anyway?
A: The site was conceived on a chilly day in November, 1997, when an ironically monogamous, happy-go-lucky graphic designer was called a “bitter slut” by an ex during their breakup. Rather than scream or cry in protest, the fearless designer decided to embrace the term, created some tee shirts and hats and launched a Web site.

Q: How is this site supported?
A: BitterSlut is able to stay alive thanks to product sales and the support of the members within bitterchat. Keep the site active by telling your friends about BitterSlut. Eventually the site might have to be supported by ad banners but I’ll try to keep it “ad-free” as long as possible. (As long as the hats and tees keep selling!)

Donations of $15 or more will receive a free tee shirt. (Shipping is $3 within the U.S.)

Q: Is Reverend Love a real reverend?
A: Yes, Reverend Love is actually an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church.
Read more About Rev Love.

Q: Will you marry me?
A: No, I don’t know you. And you’re probably still on the rebound. But thank you, always, for asking.

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