Through the journal for the 6th grade “slut” — The UnSlut venture

Through the journal for the 6th grade “slut” — The UnSlut venture

“I can’t dump him now, because then people would even think i am more of a slut than they already do.

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just just How could one mistake cause my entire life to crumble such as this?”

Can you publish your journal from the time you had been a pre-teen on the net when it comes to world to read?

This is just what Emily that is 27-year-old Lindinpen title) does in the title of countering slut shaming, with a Tumblr we we we blog she’s got known as The UnSlut venture.

Emily states, I was bullied incessantly at school, after school, and online (this was 1997 in the days of AIM, and of course online bullying has only gotten worse)“ I was branded a ‘slut’ by my classmates and for the next few years of my life,.”

The definition of “slut shaming” is showing up in news, especially on the net, for a time now, it is recently making its method into main-stream conversations about women, girls, and sex.

The word can be used to explain the methods for which our tradition criticizes and vilifies young ladies and girls to be intimate, having “too many” sexual lovers, or maybe without having intercourse when you look at the “appropriate” way (ya know, in making babies—but just after your really heterosexual, conventional wedding).

Emily had been “the 6th grade slut.” The UnSlut venture features unedited entries from her grade that is 6th diary1997-1998 up to now), including a complete cast of buddies, enemies, and undoubtedly, males, boyfriends, child “friends”, and crushes… that are males.

Emily’s journal travels it talks about various crushes, sexuality, jealousy, friendship, bullying, self-esteem issues, even thoughts of suicide, and all of the other ups and downs that come with adolescence through her on and off (and on, and off, and on, and off) relationship with Zach. Continue reading “Through the journal for the 6th grade “slut” — The UnSlut venture”