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Slut-shaming, the public exposure and shaming of individuals for their perceived or actual sexual behavior, is rife on the Internet; it primarily affects women, and it too Trans slut discipline has tragic outcomes. Slut-shaming is not new, but a form of cultural suppression of female sexuality Trans slut discipline has been practiced since antiquity. In this paper, I historicize this phenomenon, by comparing and contrasting cases of slut-shaming from the Roman Republic with recent cases on the Internet, and I maintain that the focus of this slut-shaming, namely sexual virtue, has remained the same over time, but that the unregulated nature of the Internet has increased its scope and impact.

A central contention of this paper is that women have been complicit in this slut-shaming; they have shamed other women for their sexual behavior, and have done so because it conferred social benefits on them. We will see that men and women have used the Internet to Trans slut discipline and maintain the cultural suppression of female sexuality, and expose women to increased scrutiny over their sexual behavior.

Shortly thereafter, she committed suicide. The identity of the individual s who shared the video is not in the public domain, but it was plausibly the individual s involved in the creation of the video [ 5 ]. Trans slut discipline was an act of slut-shaming and it had a tragic outcome, an outcome echoed in many contemporary cases of Internet slut-shaming [ 6 ].

Slut-shaming promotes sexual virtue, namely conformance to normative sexual behaviors, and supports the cultural Trans slut discipline of female Trans slut discipline, which has Trans slut discipline throughout history [ 9 ].

Reports indicate that slut-shaming is increasingly prevalent on the Internet [ 11 ], and this paper provides a historical lens on this phenomenon. How recent is this phenomenon, what impact has the Internet had on it, and what role might women play in it?

Tanenbaum, author of popular feminist critiques of slut-shaming and female competition, has recently published a volume on slut-shaming on the Internet, entitled I am not a slut: Slut-shaming in the age of the Internet [ 12 ].

This volume is commendable but it does not historicize slut-shaming adequately, nor indicate the longevity of the phenomenon. I reveal how the process of slut-shaming injured women in Trans slut discipline and how it continues to do so today.

As Richlin and others have shown, societal processes that injured women in antiquity, including body shaming, human trafficking and involuntary sex work, continue Trans slut discipline thrive to this day Trans slut discipline 14 ].

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The Roman Republic is a useful space for historicising Trans slut discipline slut-shaming of women. Female sexual virtue and shame was an important part of Republican discourse; a veritable wealth of ancient sources attest to this.

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Themes Trans slut discipline images of sexual virtue, violence and shame were ubiquitous in elite and popular literature e. This discourse affected both women and girls [ 16 ].

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As we will see, slut-shaming was as alive in the Roman Republic as it is now on the Internet. This was not a uniquely Roman or Republican phenomenon; many other ancient cultures include similar phenomena [ 18 ]. The limited focus of this paper is designed to provoke a broader conversation on slut-shaming in antiquity. Essentially, ancient sources provide us with veiled representations of Roman women, making it difficult to recover their real history [ 19 ].

We should not see these strategies as panacean, but, rather, as a methodology for critically engaging with the Trans slut discipline of Roman women. So-warned and so-armed, I will grapple with some of the ancient sources on Roman Trans slut discipline.

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Trans slut discipline In this paper, I provide some background on female sexual virtue and shame in the Roman Republic, and then compare and contrast three cases of slut-shaming from the Republic with three from the Internet.

The Republican cases include: The Internet Trans slut discipline include: I contend that, within a number of the cases examined, women have been complicit in the acts of shaming, which is in keeping with findings in other research on female complicity in the patriarchy [ 26 ] and female intrasexual competition [ 27 ].

I propose that their complicity conferred social benefits upon them, namely sexual resource control and sexual privilege [ 28 ]. Previous research on gender and the Trans slut discipline has often focused on utopian or dystopian models where Internet technologies are either liberating utopian or damaging dystopian for women [ 29 ].

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What form did slut-shaming take in the Roman Republic? To answer this question, we must first understand the limits placed on female sexual behavior in the Republic. The male control of female sexuality was a central component of Roman ideology; women of the Roman Republic were typically subject to the authority of their Trans slut discipline or husband or legal guardian.

Prostitution itself was not illegal, but great shame was attached to the role of prostitute both male and female. Women who engaged in such activity could face serious consequences, including exile or death, as we shall see. Needless to say, there was a sexual double standard; men were able to engage in such activity with some limits [ 35 ]. We shall trace some literary and funerary examples of these cultural conventions and then move to our three Trans slut discipline case studies.

Female sexual virtue was wrapped up in Roman narratives about identity and religion. The aetiology of the Roman Republic itself was linked to the rape of the sexually virtuous Trans slut discipline and her subsequent suicide [ 36 ], while the Vestal Virgins, their sexual virtue, and their sexual misconduct were linked with the health of Rome [ 37 ].


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