Basically, would you expect a girl wearing black panties to be waiting for sex or something?
I'm just wondering, one, because in 10 Things I Hate About You Bianca says "You don't buy black lingerie unless you want someone to see it." She says this to Cameron while they're searching Kat's room. I was wondering of this was true because I own three pairs of black panties, yet I don't plan on having sex for a long while. They were just what I bought.
1. Absolutely not. 10 Things I Hate About You is just a silly teen movie- nothing to be taken seriously. I don't know anyone whose primary panty color isn't black, and none of those people are "slutty." Dark-colored underwear are practical- they last the longest because they don't get discolored as quickly as light-colored ones do. I've always thought that scene in the movie was ridiculous.
2. I won't tell you what to do, but as women, I personally believe that it is our responsibility not to use words like "****," "whore," and etc. Don't get me wrong, I use so-called "bad" words more than most- just not the ones that truly ARE harmful. Words like "****" and "whore" keep women from being taken seriously. They imply that women are nothing more than sexual objects and it's okay to treat them poorly. For the same reason, I don't use the "'n' word" like so many people do. It does the same exact thing to a different group of people. However, it is understandable that so many people continue to use these words, because they're thrown around so casually. No one sees the damage they've done and continue to do. What's so awful about it is that the people who belong to these social groups tend to be the ones who use these words the most, which in turn causes everyone else to believe that it's okay to use them, and it's really not.
Black is the color of mysterious, like how black lace or a black G-string under a pair of hip-hugging jeans can be a sexy 'peekaboo' treat for a man's eyes. If you personally just like the color, then continue to wear it like you normally would.