If you're asking "What is slut shaming? September 9, Rebecca Sedwick , 12, jumped to her death after being tormented relentlessly about how far she'd gone with a boy she had dated. December 9, Jessica Laney , 16, hung herself after being called a slut and whore online. October 24, Felicia Garcia , 15, threw herself in front of a speeding train after rumors spread about her having sex with members of the school's football team. October 10, Amanda Todd , 15, hung herself after being blackmailed and called a slut over revealing photos an adult had pressured her to take years before.
How do college women decide whether to have sex on a hookup? We illuminate this question here by an analysis of transcripts of qualitative interviews that one of us Ford conducted in and with women students at an elite private university. The study from which we drew these interviews was focused on unwanted sex—everything from sex that students consented to but felt ambivalent about, to sex involving physical coercion. Our interest in this blog post is what we learned from women whose experiences were not physically coercive, but were nonetheless difficult because of their awareness of their vulnerability to these three labels. Participants were recruited by a screening survey in two introductory sociology courses and by recruitment flyers placed around campus.
Top definition. Bad Girl unknown. A girl with many characteristics of assholes or douchebags.
Slut-shaming is the practice of criticizing people, especially women and girls, who are perceived to violate expectations of behavior and appearance regarding issues related to sexuality. Examples of slut-shaming include being criticized or punished for violating dress code policies by dressing in perceived sexually provocative ways, requesting access to birth control ,    having premarital , casual , or promiscuous sex, engaging in prostitution ,   or when being victim blamed for being raped or otherwise sexually assaulted. Slut-shaming involves criticizing women for their transgression of accepted codes of sexual conduct,  i.