Slut Shaming is acceptable because it teaches morality to women that engage in promiscuous sex habits.
It's a way to control women and assign them worth as people based on sexual behavior. Controlling others isn't a moral I'm interested in teaching anyone.
I'm super sick of people that try to project guilt onto me for my own decisions in life, so I can't even fathom what women in these situations must feel.
No. Just no.
No. What's wrong with engaging in promiscuous sex habits? As long as you use protection
When women have sex with every man in sight they are considered sluts.
When men do the same they are considered players (and not in the negatively connotated way) and go-getters.
Why shame women for behavior which we don't shame in men?
The 4% that said yes are the ones who should be shamed.
No it's not acceptable under any circumstances or for any reason. It's an attempt to women in a certain role that many do not want to be in.
Why shame them? Sluts need love too.
The linked story raised so many questions for me that I'm not sure how it relates to the question. But slut shaming isn't right no matter who does it or why.
Couldn't have said it better.
I was confused because the study concluded that slut shaming was about determining economic class, not promiscuous sex habits.
Is there am opposite? Something like Frigid Flogging?
Right now 20% of Libertarians are blue!
I was also secretly looking to see who read the article before commenting. :) It's fairly easy to see reading some of them.
I saw on a "sex toys requiring a prescription" poll that libertarians agreed with it about 20% as well.
The question is asked because it speaks to the assumption the girls being studied had at first, that being slutty was about sexuality and moral behaviors.
Sorry, replied but posted it wrong. It's above your comment.
No, it pisses them off because it's a double standard. If a woman sleeps around, she's called a slut, if a man sleeps around, he's a stud. Who the hell comes up with these stupid ass labels? stop it
I think the definition of morality is way to loose here, but NO, by mine.