MTV YouTube Series “Braless” Wants To Abolish Slut Shaming

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TV Picks: Skanks, Hoes, Whores, Sluts, you get the idea, the derogatory words hurled at women, but now MTV YouTube Series “Braless” wants to end all of this with their question:

“Can Amber Rose End Slut Shaming?”

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Amber Rose

MTV’s “True Life” will tackle the topic of women who openly express their sexuality with an all-new episode entitled, “True Life: I’m Being Slut Shamed,” airing Monday, March 30 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. Today, “Braless” – MTV’s original online series by YouTube sensation and self-described “24-year-old sexuality geek,” Laci Green – posts an all-new episode to promote an open and honest discussion of slut-shaming.

It may not be news that women who do not shy away from expressing their sexuality are often scorned, while men who do the same are cheered. But now this phenomenon has a name, “slut shaming,” and its consequences can be emotionally devastating. “True Life: I’m Being Slut Shamed” will follow the real stories of three women, Della, Rosa and Shakirah, who are tired of being treated like they’re immoral because of their sexuality. They will take audiences on their journey as they cope with friends are families trying to force them to change their lifestyles.

Today, MTV’s “Braless” posted an all-new episode entitled, “Can Amber Rose End Slut Shaming?” In the episode host Laci Green dissects celebrity slut-shaming cases and tackles the idea of sexist double standards. To view the full episode, click HERE.

For more on “True Life,” visit truelife.MTV.com, and to learn more about slut shaming, visit MTV’s campaign to challenge bias, Lookdifferent.org.