A new study published in the Journal of Women's Health Issues shows that teen girls suffer more socially for sexual activity than teen boys do [via Brown Daily Herald. Girls who have had sex are twice as likely to be bullied; becoming sexually active at a younger age also increases a girl's likelihood that she'll be bullied. But this relationship between bullying and sexual activity isn't apparent in boys.
Before social media, there was no ambiguity when someone called a girl a slut. She knew she was being insulted, bullied, harassed, or abused. Basically, you say it to any female.
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Intwo women who were long past college age settled into a dorm room at a large public university in the Midwest. Elizabeth Armstrong, a sociology professor at the University of Michigan, and Laura Hamilton, then a graduate assistant and now a sociology professor at the University of California at Merced, were there to examine the daily lives and attitudes of college students. The researchers interviewed the 53 women on their floor every year for five years—from the time they were freshmen through their first year out of college.
How do college women decide whether to have sex on a hookup? We illuminate this question here by an analysis of transcripts of qualitative interviews that one of us Ford conducted in and with women students at an elite private university. The study from which we drew these interviews was focused on unwanted sex—everything from sex that students consented to but felt ambivalent about, to sex involving physical coercion.
The other day my year-old daughter and I breached the prurient wilds of the Junior Fashion Department. Nothing in what she sneeringly calls the "little kid" department seems to fit anymore. She patrolled the racks, hunting the preteen imperative--a pair of leg-strangling white tights culminating in several inches of white lace.
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. In our sexual histories series, authors explore changing sexual mores from antiquity to today. In our contemporary world, the idea that sex is pleasurable is rarely questioned: pleasure is a key way of understanding what sex is and what it means.
A new study recently presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association found that, as early as sixth grade, girls who have sex lose friendswhile boys who have sex gain them. That means that by the age of 11 or 12, girls already know that girls who have had sex are to be avoided and isolated. Where are they learning that? The unconscious ways that we learn to slut shame others and ourselves, for that matter are insidious and plentiful.