Have you ever been called a “slut” or something similar?
There’s a huge double standard between the way sexually active women and sexually active men are treated – but that’s not the only way sex-shaming appears.
Riley J. Dennis is breaking down how you might be participating in sex-shaming, intentionally or not, by judging a woman’s clothes, relationships, expression of sexuality, and more. Does this make you rethink any of your preconceived notions?
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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To learn more about this topic, check out:
- These 7 Common Assumptions About ‘Promiscuous’ Women Police All Women’s Sexuality
- 4 Ways to Support Your Friend Who’s Being Sex-Shamed
Riley J. Dennis is a Contributing Vlogger for Everyday Feminism. She’s a polyamorous, atheist, gender non-binary trans woman with a passion for fiction writing, feminism, and technology. She got her BA from Whittier College in 2015 doing a self-designed major called Writing Worlds, a mixture of creative writing and anthropology, focused on realistic fictional world building. Find her on her YouTube channel, Twitter @RileyJayDennis, or her website RileyJayDennis.com.