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In fact, the high schooler never gets to more than an enthusiastic first base with any of the classmates she's accused of shacking up with.
Our sympathy, as viewers, is somewhat conditional upon this fact: Hannah Baker doesn't deserve to be slut-shamed because, factually speaking, she wasn't a "slut." Hannah remained "pure and clean" until Bryce (Justin Prentice) assaulted her and took her virginity., for its many strengths, never considers an important question surrounding the victim's suicide: What if Hannah had been promiscuous?
That culture of abuse ends in her violent rape, after she's been so dehumanized that her assailant can't even see her as a person.
The bullying began after she hooked up with the cutest boy at school, Justin (Brandon Flynn), who took upskirt photos of her as proof they went all the way.
Should Hannah and Justin have enjoyed earth-shattering, sing-a-Carole-King-song-afterward sex on that plastic slide, would it have been okay to circulate photos of her underwear at school?