Dating of a slut

A Canadian teenager, Lauren Wiggins, was given detention in May 2015 for wearing a floor-length dress with a halter neckline.

The punishment prompted Wiggins to write an open letter to the school’s assistant vice principal at Harrison Trimble High School in Moncton, New Brunswick.

In human sexuality, slut-shaming is a form of social stigma applied to people, especially women and girls, who are perceived to violate traditional expectations for sexual behaviors.

Some examples of circumstances wherein women are slut-shamed include violating dress code policies by dressing in perceived sexually provocative ways, requesting access to birth control, The term slut-shaming is also used to describe victim blaming for rape and other sexual assault; e.g.

Kaitlin Menza argues that slut-shaming is a common form of bullying on social media, with some people using revenge pornography tactics to spread intimate photos without consent.

In 2012, a California teenager, Audrie Pott, was sexually assaulted by three boys at a party.

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The study found that women—even women who were more promiscuous themselves—rated the Joan with 20 partners as "less competent, emotionally stable, warm, and dominant than the Joan who'd only boasted two".[...] We need to look out for the sluts of the universe together.Because I think they are just a little lonely and sad.” Lewis Webb, Ph D candidate at Umeå University (Sweden), emphasizes that Mourey’s opinion is one among several in the You Tube community and that “the medium [of You Tube] is increasingly being used to attack and malign female reputations and criticize female sexual behavior.” Slut-shaming is also commonplace on Facebook.Within the first few days of the semester, two hundred detention slips were handed out to students who violated the school’s dress code.Approximately ninety percent of the slips distributed were given to girls as their clothing was deemed “disruptive to teaching and learning.” Many claim that making girls feel guilty for the actions of boys is similar to telling victims of sexual assault that they were “asking for it” by dressing in a particular manner and has thus been linked to the practice of victim-blaming.