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James said staff pointed out that her bra was showing, and told her that her clothes were too revealing and distracting. James, now 17, says she told them that was sexist. Slut shaming is the practice of punishing or making character judgments about people, usually girls and women, based on their sexual activity or on assumptions about their sexual activity.

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College women: seen as a “slut” if they have sex on a hookup, “bitch” or “prude” if they don’t

SlutWalk is a transnational movement [1] calling for an end to rape cultureincluding victim blaming and slut shaming of sexual assault victims. Subsequent rallies have occurred globally. The protest takes the form of a march, mainly by young women, where some dress as " sluts " in revealing, sexy attire such as short skirts, stockings and scanty tops. In the various Slutwalks around the world, there are usually speaker meetings and workshops, live music, sign-making sessions, leafleting, open microphones, chanting, dances, martial arts, and receptions or after-parties with refreshments.

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Facebook Twitter Email. Atlanta CNN — One scorching hot day in southwest Atlanta, Houston native Tamara Edwards stood in a line that stretched a full block for a chance to get "sluttified. Anything worth the people standing out for, I want to try it. On a typical day, people wait for hours for a chance to sample Cole's chefed-up versions of Impossible Burgers.

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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.