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Written by Emily Lindin
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UnSlut by Emily LindinFor the next few years of her life, she was bullied at school, after school, and online. At the time, Emily didn't feel comfortable confiding in anyone but she did keep a diary. UnSlut presents this diary alongside comments from the adult Emily of today. Together, these two sets of reflections, one from the past, one from the present, shed light on the increasingly important issues of sexual bullying and slut shaming.
[B]oth heart-wrenching and '90s-nostalgic -- Bustle
[A] powerful and timely study for adults and their daughters or for counselors to use in groups.
[A] sometimes tender, sometimes painful look at the stigmas that surround girls growing up in modern society.
[F]ounder of an advocacy program The UnSlut Project, Lindin's analysis of her younger self definitely adds valuable context, levity, and keen insight into a number of different issues.
UnSlut takes a stand against sexual bullying.
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