Definition of slut-shame in US English:

slut-shame

noun

  • with object Stigmatize (a woman) for engaging in behavior judged to be promiscuous or sexually provocative.

    ‘she was slut-shamed for wearing a bikini’
    ‘you can't talk about sex without getting gossiped about or slut-shamed’
    • ‘The academic argues in her book that sexually active school girls are often slut-shamed and bullied by their peers.’
    • ‘When she was slut-shamed he told her accusers to leave.’
    • ‘She is representative of a new wave of women who are *not* going to be slut-shamed.’
    • ‘Why do we feel the need to slut-shame women for having a lot of partners?’
    • ‘She wants you to know that she's not bothered by Internet trolls trying to slut-shame her.’
    • ‘Still don't like her because point is, she does slut-shame and is anti-feminist.’
    • ‘As I've written before, dress codes often encourage teachers to slut-shame.’
    • ‘This judge was slut-shaming the young victim even after death.’
    • ‘All she gets is demonized and sort of slut-shamed.’
    • ‘The boys slut-shame the girls, the girls slut-shame each other, and I always try and intervene.’