By Beth Stebner. In these posts, teenage girls — and sometimes boys — criticize certain body types or wardrobe choices, often being ruthless in the process. Girl on girl: The Hey Girls, Did You Know Facebook page is full of posts like this, where girls will ridicule other girls for the way they dress or look. Mean girls: In another post, a teenager tells girls that Nutella is for spreading, not legs. According to Know Your Memeth e image was removed shortly after it was uploaded, but the damage was done.
Facebook has a solid history of making breastfeeding moms mad, and now the site has moved to the other end of the parenting spectrum. An angry petition aimed at getting a page called " year-old slut memes " taken down hasn't worked. Moms who have found their young daughters' photos and words are being used by the page run by two year-olds from Australia whose stated mission is "slut shaming" are mad. As they should be. Two grown men have no business picking on young girls!
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. The film also demonstrates just how deeply slut-shaming affects schools, teens, and communities, and how easily it can spread via social media.
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