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Slut is generally a term for a someone, especially a woman or girl, who is considered to have loose sexual morals or who is sexually promiscuous. The first recorded use of the word was a reference to a man, in Geoffrey Chaucer 's The Canterbury Tales , in which he is referring to the man's untidy appearance. Slut-shaming is a related term, referring to the act of drawing attention to a person's promiscuous behavior for the purpose of shaming them socially. From the late 20th century, there have been attempts to reclaim the word, exemplified by various SlutWalk parades, and some individuals embrace the title as a source of pride. The common denotative meanings are a sexually promiscuous woman,  or "an immoral or dissolute woman; prostitute.
In , two women who were long past college age settled into a dorm room at a large public university in the Midwest. Elizabeth Armstrong, a sociology professor at the University of Michigan, and Laura Hamilton, then a graduate assistant and now a sociology professor at the University of California at Merced, were there to examine the daily lives and attitudes of college students. The researchers interviewed the 53 women on their floor every year for five years—from the time they were freshmen through their first year out of college. On top of asking the students about GPAs and friend groups, the researchers also dug into their beliefs about morality—sometimes through direct questions, but often, simply by being present for a late-night squabble or a bashful confession. As Armstrong and Hamilton write in a new study published in Social Psychology Quarterly , economic inequality drove many of the differences in the ways the women talked about appropriate sexual behavior.