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. Everywhere were see-through dresses made out of little-flower-print fabric, lacy leggings, transparent tops and miniature bustiers for females unlikely to own busts. Many were garments that Cher would have rejected as far too obvious. Lace leggings?
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Both in person and online, slut shaming is way too common an occurrence — and oftentimes, the perpetrator is a fellow female! I took to a secret women-only Facebook group to get some input. Even in just this person group, it seemed a majority had stories to share, ranging from accounts happening only days before to experiences going back years. It messed with me a lot.
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The boy, who cannot be named because of his age, appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court on Thursday via video link from Woodlands Juvenile Justice Centre where he was remanded previously on 21 charges. The charges include rape, engaging in sexual activity with a child, blackmail, distributing indecent photos of children, possessing such photos, inciting children to take incident photos, disclosing private sexual photos, harassment and unauthorised access to computer material. It is alleged that after a girl 16 had taken a pregnancy test the youth, grabbed her by the throat before raping her in a bathroom. A prosecutor said bail was opposed and a police officer told the court of other incidents including one were a girl 13 had been sent an indecent image by the defendant via Snapchat showing his private parts. In another incident, a year-old girl with a learning disability was contacted on Snapchat and sent a photo of the defendant naked.
And last week it emerged that Melania had removed her personal website after reporters discovered that she had lied about getting a college degree: She attended the college for one year before dropping out. And now, the photos. The way the Post treated Melania was — while hardly out of character for paper that once published a story about Tiger Woods' cheating scandal with the headline "Tiger Pulls Out" — particularly egregious, no matter your politics.