History Main / Slutshaming

29th Jun '16 8:04:32 PM MsChibi
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* Having sex. (Though [[ValuesDissonance in some circles]], it might be considered shameful if you enjoy it, or have it for reasons other than [[LieBackAndThinkOfEngland procreation or "spousal duty."]])

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* Having sex. (Though [[ValuesDissonance in some circles]], it might be considered shameful even in the context of marriage if you enjoy it, or have it for reasons other than [[LieBackAndThinkOfEngland procreation or "spousal duty."]])
28th Jun '16 7:46:52 PM MsChibi
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* Having sex.

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* Having sex. (Though [[ValuesDissonance in some circles]], it might be considered shameful if you enjoy it, or have it for reasons other than [[LieBackAndThinkOfEngland procreation or "spousal duty."]])
12th Jun '16 8:43:56 PM AdelePotter
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** Averted in her later songs however, which Taylor herself has attributed to simply growing up. ''So'' averted, in fact, that she now has a single, "Wildest Dreams," that's pretty obviously about the joys of having a one-night stand.
1st Jun '16 6:48:17 AM JamesAustin
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* On the August 8th edition of Sunday Night Heat, Wrestling/{{Ivory}} attacked [[Wrestling/TerriPoch Tori]] from behind and wrote "Slut" on her back as punishment for Tori having previously posed in body body paint instead of clothing. Trish Stratus would later imitate this on Monday Night Raw, spray painting "Slut" on Christy Hemme's back after Christy posed for Playboy magazine.

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* On the August 8th 8 edition of Sunday ''Sunday Night Heat, Heat'', Wrestling/{{Ivory}} attacked [[Wrestling/TerriPoch Tori]] from behind and wrote "Slut" on her back as punishment for Tori having previously posed in body body paint instead of clothing. Trish Stratus would later imitate this on Monday ''Monday Night Raw, Raw'', spray painting "Slut" on Christy Hemme's Wrestling/ChristyHemme's back after Christy posed for Playboy magazine.



* Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon was frequently referred to as a slut but only after she turned on her father and sided with Wrestling/TripleH (with whom Wrestling/{{Vince|McMahon}} had been feuding) and took control of his company. She never did anything remotely whorish though so it's more of a case of fans not knowing what other insult to chant at her ("Gold Digger" and "Manipulator" not exactly being easy for wrestling crowds to chant).[[note]]Also, there's the fact that "slut" and "gold digger" would be more applicable to Triple H, as Stephanie is the daughter of Wrestling/{{WWE}} Chairman [[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=]]] and stands to inherit the company. Triple H's original [[TheGimmick gimmick]] was an elitist, BlueBlood snob who was presumably very wealthy as well. After he formed [[Wrestling/DGenerationX DeGeneration X]] with Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/{{Chyna}} and [[Wrestling/RickRude "Ravishing" Rick Rude]], he abandoned the [[RichBitch rich bastard]] gimmick, though it was never explained whether he still had the money.[[/note]]

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* Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon was frequently referred to as a slut but only after she turned on her father and sided with Wrestling/TripleH (with whom Wrestling/{{Vince|McMahon}} had been feuding) and took control of his company. She never did anything remotely whorish though so it's more of a case of fans not knowing what other insult to chant at her ("Gold Digger" and "Manipulator" not exactly being easy for wrestling crowds to chant).[[note]]Also, there's the fact that "slut" and "gold digger" would be more applicable to Triple H, as Stephanie is the daughter of Wrestling/{{WWE}} Chairman [[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=]]] Wrestling/VinceMcMahon and stands to inherit the company. Triple H's original [[TheGimmick gimmick]] was an elitist, BlueBlood snob who was presumably very wealthy as well. After he formed [[Wrestling/DGenerationX DeGeneration X]] Wrestling/DGenerationX with Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/{{Chyna}} and [[Wrestling/RickRude "Ravishing" Rick Rude]], he abandoned the [[RichBitch rich bastard]] gimmick, though it was never explained whether he still had the money.[[/note]]
15th May '16 5:34:35 PM surgoshan
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* In the first sries of [[Series/TheFall], several of her fellow officers try to shame SIO Gibson about her one night stand with a married detective. She shuts them both down, hard. She didn't know he was married and feels no shame whatever about a one night stand.

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* In the first sries of [[Series/TheFall], ''Series/TheFall'', several of her fellow officers try to shame SIO Gibson about her one night stand with a married detective. She shuts them both down, hard. She didn't know he was married and feels no shame whatever about a one night stand.
15th May '16 5:34:15 PM surgoshan
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* Several of her fellow officers try to shame SIO Gibson about her one night stand with a married detective. She shuts them both down, hard. She didn't know he was married and feels no shame whatever about a one night stand.

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* Several In the first sries of [[Series/TheFall], several of her fellow officers try to shame SIO Gibson about her one night stand with a married detective. She shuts them both down, hard. She didn't know he was married and feels no shame whatever about a one night stand.
15th May '16 5:33:46 PM surgoshan
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* Several of her fellow officers try to shame SIO Gibson about her one night stand with a married detective. She shuts them both down, hard. She didn't know he was married and feels no shame whatever about a one night stand.
9th May '16 8:36:20 PM Pichu-kun
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* In another male example, ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} is considered by some to be a slut and horribly promiscuous due to being portrayed as a womanizer by some writers. This leads to the same fans dismissing the scene in which he was raped by Tarantula, with the reasoning that he was a man and must have ''wanted'' sex from her, even though he clearly refused and begged her to stop.
** Years earlier, fellow Titan Mirage had committed [[BedTrick rape-by-fraud]] by taking on Starfire's appearance, who at the time was Dick's girlfriend. When called on what she did, Mirage simply joked that Dick should've known something was off, and Pantha jokingly referred to Dick as a slut.

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* In another male example, ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} is considered by some to be a slut and horribly promiscuous due to being portrayed as a womanizer by some writers. This leads to the same fans dismissing the scene in which he was raped by Tarantula, with the reasoning that he was a man and must have ''wanted'' sex from her, even though he clearly refused and begged her to stop.
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stop. Years earlier, fellow Titan Mirage had committed [[BedTrick rape-by-fraud]] by taking on Starfire's appearance, who at the time was Dick's girlfriend. When called on what she did, Mirage simply joked that Dick should've known something was off, and Pantha jokingly referred to Dick as a slut.



* In ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', Nico has a dream where her parents berate her for being a "shameless whore" for "kissing" and "being with" multiple boys. Nico calls them out on the double standard, pointing out that her father probably dated women before her mother, and that she isn't going to listen to them. Given that Nico earlier expressed discomfort and shame over her tendency to use physical intimacy to cope with grief, the scene likely shows her overcoming her issues. Interestingly, Nico is the only one to think that way. No one else thinks badly of her for what she does.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'':
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Nico has a dream where her parents berate her for being a "shameless whore" for "kissing" and "being with" multiple boys. Nico calls them out on the double standard, pointing out that her father probably dated women before her mother, and that she isn't going to listen to them. Given that Nico earlier expressed discomfort and shame over her tendency to use physical intimacy to cope with grief, the scene likely shows her overcoming her issues. Interestingly, Nico is the only one to think that way. No one else thinks badly of her for what she does.



* In Music/AmandaPalmer's [[LyricalDissonance cheerful]] song "Oasis", the protagonist was raped by a man at a party. She ends up pregnant and goes to get an abortion. She brings her best friend, who herself had been molested in the past, and it goes normally enough. When they go back to college apparently Melissa spread rumors that the protag was a "crack whore" and they stop talking.. Except for the fact they're going to a Blur concert together soon.

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* In Music/AmandaPalmer's [[LyricalDissonance cheerful]] song "Oasis", the protagonist was raped by a man at a party. She ends up pregnant and goes to get an abortion. She brings her best friend, who herself had been molested in the past, and it goes normally enough. When they go back to college apparently Melissa spread rumors that the protag protagonist was a "crack whore" and they stop talking..talking... Except for the fact they're going to a Blur concert together soon.
30th Apr '16 11:54:50 AM MiinU
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* ''Videogame/HauntingGround'': When Daniella finally corners Fiona, she calls her a "vile creature" who "invites the man into her filthy body, again and again". Though it's a completely baseless accusation, since Fiona is a virgin. Daniella is simply resents the fact that Fiona ''could'', while she herself cannot [[spoiler: because she's an incomplete [[ArtificialHuman Homonculus]], who can neither feel pleasure, or pain]].

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* ''Videogame/HauntingGround'': When Daniella finally corners Fiona, she calls her a "vile creature" who "invites the man into her filthy body, again and again". Though it's a completely baseless accusation, since Fiona is [[PurityPersonified a virgin. virgin.]] Daniella is simply resents the fact that Fiona ''could'', while she herself cannot [[spoiler: because she's an incomplete [[ArtificialHuman Homonculus]], who can neither feel pleasure, or pain]].
13th Apr '16 6:17:26 AM Hailfire25
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* This is one of the things that crops up frequently in ''Manga/BitterVirgin''. Pretty much everyone who finds out that Hinako [[spoiler:was raped by her stepfather and had a baby by him]] worries that Daisuke (her love interest) will consider her DefiledForever. Later, when Daisuke's sister comes home pregnant and unwed, most of the town (including the mother) think the sister was shameful and slutty. In both cases, the manga treats the women as sympathetic - Hinako's experience is traumatic and Daisuke never thinks badly of her for it, and his sister is shown as being intelligent and friendly. Meanwhile, the mother comes around to accepting her grandchild and the people engaging in said slut shaming are portrayed as being ignorant.

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* This is one of the things that crops up frequently in ''Manga/BitterVirgin''. Pretty much everyone who finds out that Hinako [[spoiler:was raped by her stepfather and had a baby by him]] worries that Daisuke (her love interest) will consider her DefiledForever.DefiledForever, unaware he has known since the start. Later, when Daisuke's sister comes home pregnant and unwed, most of the town (including the mother) think the sister was shameful and slutty. In both cases, the manga treats the women as sympathetic - Hinako's experience is traumatic and Daisuke never thinks badly of her for it, and his sister is shown as being intelligent and friendly. Meanwhile, the mother comes around to accepting her grandchild and the people engaging in said slut shaming are portrayed as being ignorant.
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