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Lastly, slut shaming covers up the real issue — our society is deeply dysfunctional about sex and needs to be healed.Note that these types of comments are very different from a parent expressing concern over the way a child is dressed, or explaining to a young girl how such modes of dress might be perceived, even if that isn't acceptable.Still, parents too must be careful not to engage in victim-blaming behavior.You can make a real difference by understanding what slut shaming is and how it's harmful, while using the strategies above to help stop it in its tracks. I'm 29 years old with Italian, French and Native mix.