UnSlut: A Documentary Film
UnSlut: A Documentary Film features the stories of girls and women who have experienced sexual shaming, including Rehtaeh Parsons, a Canadian teenager who took her own life after being gang-raped and subsequently labeled a 'slut' by her classmates; Samantha Gailey Geimer, who was shamed by the media at age thirteen after director Roman Polanski sexually assaulted her in 1977; Gina Tron, who was shamed by defense attorneys out of pursuing charges against a serial rapist; N'Jaila Rhee, who coped with her sexual assault and the subsequent loss of support from her family and church by reclaiming her sexuality; and Allyson Pereira, who was ostracized in her New Jersey town after texting a photo of her breasts to an ex-boyfriend.
Starring Mick Foley
Director Emily Lindin