This a real shocker, I’m sure. According to an article published in Psychology Today, sluttiness is the single biggest risk factor for exposure to social shaming (being a “radical feminist” is a close second). To quote the author,
We found that promiscuous, self-destructive sex habits, a preference for wildly inappropriate attire lifted largely from “Jersey Shore,” and a strong preference for being the center of attention at all times correlated most strongly with frequency and severity of shaming (p<.01).
Normally I don’t put much stock in the “science” of psychology. Much of it is perpetrated by frauds who attempt to spread lies about men and women having differences other than those caused by socialization which enables the continued oppression of women. Sure, they claim to have studies and evidence, but the tobacco industry also used to say that smoking was good for you. So much for your evidence, Mr. Scientist. Once in a while, though, you find an honest, non-delusional psychologist. She is no doubt constantly harassed by her man-splaining cohorts, but this is a bit of a tangent.
This study just confirms what I have been saying for years: We need to stop blaming and shaming our nation’s skanks. They have every right to dress how they like, to guide young suitors to third base right on the dance floor, and soil themselves in a drunken stupor on the sidewalk. A world full of Snookies has always been the promise of feminism. Do we want to live in a world, where drunken sluts can make-out with each other for attention, without fear of derision from people whose daddy stuck around and loved them? I think we do. They should also grind a little.
Look, these depraved whores are our sisters, our mothers, our aunts, our friends, and ourselves. Sluts are the most at risk for shaming, and that’s why they need the most support of all. Have we learned nothing from Slutwalk?