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If she says this constant enough you decided to look it up- She's easy.
Girl: But it reality, there's no such thing as being "easy", that's a social construct.

You: Oh yeah. She'll put out.
by meinreich February 26, 2014
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A word seldom uttered by someone who understands it. Usually employed to smear a fact as invalid because the speaker is a neurotic undergraduate with a Yoko Ono tattoo.

Properly understood, a social construct is a thing that emerges as a result of social interaction. For instance, the price of gold is a social construct--it emerges from the market for gold as an approximation of how society presently values gold in relation to another asset, usually currency.

Social constructs are no less "real" than the price of gold is "real." It's not as real as gold itself, but it's pretty damn real.
by BillieJeanIsNotMyLover August 07, 2018
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