The TikTok opens on a teen girl with half-green, half-black hair, a compact of pink blush in one hand and a brush in the other. As she mouths along with the words, she cakes the blush on her cheeks and her nose, making her look like she spent too long in the sun. TikTok lets users make videos up to 15 seconds long, set either to popular music or sounds they upload themselves.
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The first time I was called a slut, I was in sixth grade. I wasn't sexually active at the time, so it didn't bother me. It was very impromptu — he wasn't my boyfriend, or even someone I knew well.
Valentina is 12 years old. She has the body of a 12 year-old girl. She is blond, caucasian and acts like a 12 year-old girl.
All of this has led to a big question: Why? Why do so many women agree to unwanted sex? One answer is that their conditioning starts young.
The boy, who cannot be named because of his age, appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court on Thursday via video link from Woodlands Juvenile Justice Centre where he was remanded previously on 21 charges. The charges include rape, engaging in sexual activity with a child, blackmail, distributing indecent photos of children, possessing such photos, inciting children to take incident photos, disclosing private sexual photos, harassment and unauthorised access to computer material. It is alleged that after a girl 16 had taken a pregnancy test the youth, grabbed her by the throat before raping her in a bathroom.
It was a way for the community to shame her for her adultery. Slut-shaming is a form of cyberbullying where girls are targeted on social media and bullied through degradation or humiliation for their sexuality. What this means is that girls are often ridiculed for the way they look, the way they dress and their presumed level of sexual activity.
Once upon a time, only the wealthy and privileged could afford to have their portraits painted by a small, select circle of artists. With the advent of photography, parents of all backgrounds could have pictures of their children, which were coveted as documents of their development and a way to show off their innocent beauty and charm to family and friends. Today, with smartphones and social media, we all have in our hands the means to broadcast our pride and joy to the world. Ninety-two percent of American children have an online presence before the age of 2.
Leora Tanenbaum is not a slut. That didn't stop her from being labeled as such during her years in school, nor did it stop her from being bullied for her sexuality -- just like countless other young women across the country. As a result of her own "slut-bashing," a term she coined in her first book, " Slut!
InEmily Lindin started the UnSlut Projectwhich is a collection of her old diary entries from middle school that show the kind of devastating damage slut-shaming causes. She wanted to help other women and girls who also experienced sexual bullying who, like her, might not feel comfortable confiding in adults. Her openness, however, sparked others to contribute their own stories too, which brings us to the UnSlut documentary. Slut: A Documentary features the stories of girls who were driven to suicide by sexual bullying and women who have experienced slut-shaming, including Samantha Gailey Geimer, the minor involved in the Roman Polanski case.