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A few weeks earlier, a video of an Irish tourist performing a sex act on more than 20 men in a bar in Magaluf went viral. These three incidents highlight something of a cycle in the slut-shaming phenomenon — one where a woman is criticised for the way she dresses, for her romantic or sexual choices or actions, and more specifically in these three cases, where she is criticised and ridiculed to a greater extent than men also involved in those choices and actions.
While some of these stages are arguably interchangeable, they cycle follows a now-predictable path:. We couldn't find this Tweet. What's with all the slanegirl tweets?? What about slaneboy? Where's his insults and abuse? Takes two to tango. The Slane Girl incident provoked reaction from the likes of Salon. The Guardian and the Huffington Post, whose headlines read:. Source: HuffingtonPost. Source: TheGuardian.
Source: Salon. In the wake of the Magaluf and Belfast incidents opinion pieces also focused on the demonising of the women while the men are largely ignored. Source: Independent. Some media outlets were also criticised for employing some double standards of their own.
This tweet from the Australian Daily Telegraph drew derision for failing to mention that there were two men in the photo also. Source: Twitter. They're having sex with men! Are men just not accountable for standards? In the wake of recent incidents of shaming p opular Irish satirical site Waterford Whispers News responded with an article highlighting the often ridiculous online frenzy that accompanies these high profile cases:.
The report, published in Social Psychology Quarterly was the result of a year spent with 53 women in a college dorm in the US.