Emily Lindin Age, Wiki, Bio, Husband, Family, Tweet, Book – Biography
Emily Lindin Birthday / Age / Date of Birth / DOB
As of 2019, she is in her late-twenties.
Marriage & Wedding / Husband / Engaged / Boyfriend
Profile / Wikipedia Information
- Emily Lindin is the Founder of Unslut Project and Director of a documentary film named Slut”.
- She is also the author of UnSlut, which is a memoir, an activist of teen suicide prevention and also a Teen Vogue columnist.
- Emily resides in California and is a graduate from Harvard. She also has a PhD certificate in Music History.
The Unslut Project : What is it
- Her film, UnSlut was a crowd-funded movie & was screened at major festivals, theaters and universities around North America.
- The UnSlut Project promotes gender equality, sex positivity and age appropriate sex education. It aims to provide a platform & creates awareness about sexual bullying and for people to share their stories.
- Emily was inspired to start this project by her personal experience, where she was labeled a slut and sexually bullied while in middle school & also after hearing about the deaths of Audrie Pott, Rehtaeh Parsons and Phoebe Prince among other girls who had resulted to taking their own lives after being “slut” shamed.
- She started the movement by blogging her own middle school experiences.
- It all started when her then boyfriend touched her body & told all his friends that she was a slut and influenced everyone to hate her.
- At that time Emily also did not feel comfortable talking to her parents about the incident but she did keep a diary that documented all her experiences.
TV Appearances :
- Emily has been a featured guest on many television and radio shows like NPR’s Here and Now, ABC with Katie Couric, The Doctors, Aljazeera America and CNN with Brooke Baldwin.
- She has also been featured in magazines like the Women’s Health Magazine & on major blogs like Salon and The Huffington Post.
Interesting Facts, Height & Trivia :
- Emily Lindin had a Twitter confrontation with Jake Tapper, who is the Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN, when she tweeted that she would never be bothered about men whose image has been tarnished by false accusation of assault and sexual harassment.
- She added that the advantages of publicly speaking out are greater than the effects of damaged reputation form false allegations. This consequently caused her to lock down her Twitter account, despite having close to 25,000 followers.
- Emily notes that nowadays, it has become a real issue thanks to technology that ensures that information spreads quickly and widely.
- For a case like for Samantha Gailey who went through such an ordeal in the ‘70’s, it was easy for her to ignore the rumors altogether since she did not have to deal with the news and social media.
- This is unlike the recent case of Rehtaeh Parsons whose photo had been circulating through social media. Parsons tried to change schools severally but that too did not help and eventually she succumbed to the bullying and committed suicide.
Currently Not Married.