slutification
 n.— «How getting serious is synonymous with getting sexy is unclear. Aguilera listed her label’s constraint as one of the factors that pushed her to produce Dirrty. She was tired of keeping her image clean to maintain her marketability to adolescents, a highly targeted and profitable age group. Sounds like she was the victim of profit-driven production and what I call the “slutification effect.” The theory that respect comes with the baring of arms—and legs and torso—is a result of an entertainment industry where sex sells and profit governs the product.» —“Risque business leads to slutification of teen stars” by Tiffany Siu in Rice University Rice Thresher (Houston, Texas) Feb. 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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