Earlier this week we listed out some easy to steps that you could do to help end slut-shaming. We further then asked all of you if you guys have ever stood up for someone that was being slut-shamed and we received some very interesting results…
With all awareness of slut-shaming aside, this week we’re all about taking action!
Everybody loves a little celebrity goss or scandal, and how could anyone forget the time Emily Ratajgowski and Kim K herself, took ‘slut-shaming’ into their own hands and posted this now-iconic social media selfie.
The media is probably the biggest facilitator of ‘slut-shaming’, where celebrities, as well as regular women get shamed for their lifestyles and images.
Earlier this week, we talked about the ‘look of a slut’. Similarly to the definition of a ‘slut’ there is no real or dress code to ‘looking’ like a slut, as it lies in the mind of the accuser. Women could be fully clothed, showing 3cm of skin or fully bare and still be accused… Read More Women are NOT defined by what they wear
I bet we’ve all heard this phrase once, twice, or maybe everyday! It’s probably one of the most common phrases that is mainly used to describe a woman’s appearance, in particular her outfit choice.
At the beginning of the week we asked all of YOU guys to tell us YOUR slut-shamed experience, and we thank everyone who submitted their entries!
This week we’re all about YOU!
Assuming that you all have just come from my ‘DEFINE SLUT: AN INTRO’ blog (if you haven’t I would highly recommend you check that out first), welcome to PART 2 where we will reexamine, and redefine the word ‘slut’.
We’ve all probably heard this word before. Perhaps we’ve even used the word to describe someone before? Or perhaps we have been labelled as this word. No matter the scenario, the word ‘slut’ has been thrown around left, right and centre in everyday conversation, but what is the actual meaning of the world ‘slut’?