Your Two Cents: Does the WWE Have a “Slut” Fixation?

“Your Two Cents” is the new interactive feature where we gauge the opinions of our Twitter and Facebook followers on different discussions in women’s wrestling.

This week, we’re asking this: Eve’s heel turn has us wondering: What do you think of how heel Divas are portrayed? Is there a fixation on making a heel Diva a “slut”, or are things not that simple? We’ve read your responses on our social media pages and picked some of the best submissions to highlight here on the website. As always, you can join the debate by leaving your comments!

Our Two Cents

Batting for Team DD this week, it’s Melanie giving us her personal opinion on this week’s topic:

Melanie: This is certainly a controversial topic, but I would say that there is a misogynistic attitude regarding the way WWE has utilized some of its heel Divas, however, I also think it’s an easy storyline to run to because as history shows, it gets a response. WWE has a long history of drying the well of stereotypical extremes from evil foreign heels, to sexualized female heels, to even racial stereotypes. It’s a cheap way of getting a response and with Eve, like Lita etc., it seems to be working. To me, it speaks for the audience WWE is attracting at these arenas as much as it does about the company itself. The shows largely draw adult males who seem to respond to and even agree with the “slut shaming” storylines with their raucous cheers and chants. I do think there’s cause and effect. However, I don’t want to generalize all of the fans into that box, and if we look at the entire Divas roster past and present, not all heel Divas have been presented like that, either. While it’s certainly not a positive reinforcement for women and young girls watching, I understand it’s just a plot and we all know that Eve isn’t a slut, so I’m personally not as offended by it as others. Crass, yes, but that is one thing I’ve come to accept about WWE. That’s not to say others shouldn’t be offended by it if they choose to be, or that they shouldn’t find it unacceptably crass if they choose to, but I’m just speaking for myself. What I don’t appreciate is being judged for not feeling exactly the same or as horrifically appalled as others, as I don’t judge you for feeling the way that you do.

Your Two Cents

Adam Testa | Michelle McCool and Layla weren’t presented that way either. I think it’s an archetype of a heel Diva, much like the cowardly heel is for the men. It’s not defining of all of them, but it’s an old standby that always works.
@GregLucM | First, let us start by remembering that the current Divas champ is a heel and also pushing for the proud #PinUpStrong movement. Next, the biggest heel Diva (at least for now), Vickie Guerrero, is not portrayed as “slut,” but instead “annoying loud mouth wannabe-cougar.” But, as it pertains to Eve Torres and other heel Divas, the sexual angle is easy mode like the generic “cocky heel” or “foreigner” for male wrestlers. However, there hasn’t really recently been that more dedicated character who actually goes beyond merely being a hot-woman-in-a-skimpy-costume-who-is-heel to, two-faced, detestable, “Oh my god, I want to actually jeer this woman and call her names” character since, maybe, Lita circa-Edge/Matt Hardy.

So, as far as I see, it’s just a case of being shocked from generic to something with some actual thought and intensity to the character. Is it in good taste? Probably not. But good taste isn’t always fun or entertaining, and we should know that as wrestling fans.

Josue Guzman | I was asking myself the same question when I saw Eve turn heel but then I reminded myself that this is WWE and one of WWE’s favorite things to do are love triangle storylines. This is probably because they are able to kill three birds with one stone. First off, it is the easiest way to turn any Diva heel. Second, it not only gives the Diva a chance to build a heel character but it also cements the heel of the Superstar involved. Lastly, as the love triangle storyline comes to an end, the Diva can easily become face again by reuniting with the face Superstar or remain heel and further her heel character in singles competitions.

However, WWE has proven that they do not necessarily need to portray their Divas as “sluts” to make them heel. We’ve seen Divas who were: Dominant Heel: Jazz and Beth Phoenix. Psycho Heels: Mickie James and Victoria (now Tara). Heel Managers: Sensational Sherri and Luna Vachon. Heel with gimmicks: A bad singing Jillian Hall and Sacred Molly Holly. Again this all comes down to booking and the Creative team.

Michael Kelly | Not every heel diva is a slut or made as a slut, for instance LayCool were “mean girls”, DOD have been portrayed as “monster” or at least “dominating” heels, Maryse played a narcissistic heel, Victoria & Mickie were portrayed as heels with “mental” problems and the only heels who were real “sluts” and got everywhere were Trish Stratus, Lita & Stephanie McMahon and they were only made sluts because they wanted to give them a total refreshing change from there top face, luchador punk and innocent daddy’s girl, respectively. So it’s only be used to refresh a character and gimmick and because it works with the crowd, therefore generating further/future success.
@sofbomb | I think it’s a massive shame, it really is. Women are usually portrayed horribly in wrestling as it is, although that’s mostly in the bigger companies like TNA and WWE. The characters are almost always horrifically undeveloped and 2-D. As far as heel goes, the WWE is extremely guilty of following the same sort of misogynistic pattern. Their characters are almost always based on their gender. They’re “bitches”, they’re “sluts”, they’re “Hoeskis”, no matter what, it always becomes a way of simply demeaning women and reminding us all that they are nothing but women. Sometimes they get it right, like Trish being tough, ambitious and self-centered in 2004/5 and owning the division and Mickie’s initial psycho character. But unfortunately, more often than not, they fall into that silly trap of their sexuality and gender being used as a reason to boo them.

It sucks for female fans, and it sucks for all wrestling fans in general. I hate that they are catering to the sexist and “macho” male fanbase the most, who have been the ones attacking Eve (and in the past Lita, Kelly Kelly and so many others too) because of their own insecurities. The WWE should be socially responsible and realize what they’re doing and the stereotypes and hatred they’re perpetuating. There aren’t any female fans we can relate to and either love or hate not because of their gender, but because of what their characters do.

@ToDashAndBack | I think the “slut” gimmick is a rite of passage for Divas that have the backing of the company. Look where the gimmick has taken Trish, Lita, Melina, Stephanie McMahon, among others. To be given this gimmick, despite how degrading it seems, is a high honor. The ultimate heel Diva gimmick usually leads to a wildly successful face run after the heel turn runs it’s course. This is an exciting point in Eve’s career, I hope she has the same success as past Divas.

And now we turn it over to you…

What are your two cents on the debate? Is there a fixation on making a heel Diva a “slut”? Tell us in the comments…

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  • numero47

    @Sofbomb: PREACH!!!!

  • shameronstar

    Eve is more of a manipulative, gold digging tease than a slut if you ask me!

    • wl75

      I agree- she’s more of an opportunist than anything.

      Personally, I’d rather have this storyline than something like the “Piggie James” storyline (I was really bothered by some parts of that one). And some of the “slut” storylines have brought out the best in the ones participating (Trish is a prime example).

      • Mr.3D

        “I agree- she’s more of an opportunist than anything.”

        So, basically that would make Eve a female version of Edge, or Batista!!
        Am I right???

    • mojodoom

      Yeah I know right, one date with Ryder does not equal a serious relationship. I think they’re just trying to get the word “hoeski” over because you know it’s oh so clever.Barf.

      When it comes to E always going back to that tried and tested role for the women. It’s unfortunate but at the same they’re only catering to the emotions of their largest demographic.

  • numero47

    I want to add on by saying this:
    What do we say about face Divas such as Torrie Wilson, Ashley, Maria etc. who have posed for Playboy? Isn’t posing for Playboy considered trashy yet I don’t recall any of these women being called “slut” or “stripper”. In fact they are almost praised for their work and sometimes even given a pushed for agreeing to do Playboy!

    • dunk20

      Playboy is not trashy. The photos always look beautiful, they show the women body in a classy way. Just because they are naked does not mean they are sluts.

    • Jcott3

      Plain and simple: sex appeal sells, especially when your audience is more than 90 percent teenage/young adult males (read: guys who brains are located south of their belly buttons). Torrie Wilson, Stacy Keibler, Miss Kitty and Sable couldn’t work a match to save their lives, but got over with the fans because they were willing to show a lot of skin.

      On the other hand, Ivory and Molly Holly tried to show that women could be more than sex objects and were vilified for it.

  • LadyGoDiva

    For me I like my heel Divas cocky like the guys then a slutty heel.

    I agree with @Sofbomb because for me as a women’s wrestling fan I try to enjoy it then be disappointed to what I get by the WWE from the lack of effort,storylines and feuds.

  • DaWayne999

    I dont mind this gimmick that the wwe has giving eve. To me it makes it John, zack and the fans stupid because eve actually has not done anything slut like in this storyline. Like shameronstar, eve is more of a gold digging tease, screw over any man or woman to get to the top type of heel.

  • Jake

    What’s stupid is Eve never did anything slut-like. Yet for some reason she is considered one.

    • Lily

      Well, we’re in 2012 meaning liking more than 1 person would make you a slut instead of sleeping around daily with a different person which is the true meaning of a slut.

      • revivingophelia

        Except that in the storyline, Eve was never even really with Ryder (she agreed to one date that never happened and never even kissed him) and she kissed Cena once. That’s not a slut.

  • shannymac

    I think the problem is that WWE clearly sees many of the Divas as not having much more to offer than their looks and sexuality. For those women that are marketed primarily on this basis, the “slut” persona is simply the easiest thing for them to do. Plus, in the culture we live in, this type of thing will always get a response. Calling a woman a slut, bitch, whore, etc is always the best way to dismiss or demonize them.

    Now I’m going to leave before I hop up on my feminist soapbox and make everyone uncomfortable, lol.

  • SigmaX

    Do they have a fixiation? Maybe.

    But there is no deying the success of slutty female heels they always get a reaction , so if it is anything it’s guaranteed success in getting a reaction , and if the diva can maintain that reaction into a face she is all but guaranteed great things..now I am not saying this applies to ALL females who have come and gone but the list of women speaks for its self and not just in the WWE.

    So is it a fixation ..possible …but it’s guaranteed to get a reaction every single time.

  • skyliner and holler

    i really agree with melanie, it’s really just the fans and what the fans think. I can’t tell you how upset i was at wwe for having lita chanted out on her last match as a “hoe”, (even though i don’t think she did anything “hoeish”). but this whole slut thing is really a shame, i dont understand why wwe does this and it doesn’t make any sense. i mean ‘hoeski”….really? it’s a shame but i sometimes the outcome can be good, like in trish’s or lita’s outcome. and also this isn’t the first time john cena has insulted women, he has done it to lita and maria before :( but thankfully lita pushed him off a ladder :)

  • No Holds Barred

    I do agree it is trashy and used A LOT with heel Divas, yet it does bring about good storylines/feuds, I mean when Sable and Trish were seducing Vinnie I really got behind Steph, wanting her to kick their asses. I loved PMS as well, Terri is so entertaining and a great manager, loved the way she came to the ring!

    But there are other slutty characters I hated, Lita of course bcos of the real life drama.. and Dawn Marie.. I liked the feud with Torrie, but the fact that it was Torrie’s father, eugh!!

  • TheLadySamantha

    kelly kelly could portray the slut gimmick with her eyes closed no offence but its true

  • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ kellytrishfan

    Well. I mean. WWE would really have to dig deep and get their creative juices flowing to do anything other than the generic heel stereotypes for the girls. I mean, monster/dominate heel, bullying heels – they’re all overused and taken at the moment. Eve is the only real heel diva portraying the whole “slut” gimmick right now. So, in a way, it’s different? It’s more refreshing compared to the whole Bella Twins, and Laycool similar gimmick and seem to have gotten Eve over as a heel quicker than the Bellas, although that may also have to do with Eve being involved in the top feud as opposed to the Bellas, who weren’t in the limelight during their face-heel transition.

    Anyway. I don’t really mind it. It’s a gimmick, no one should really take it seriously, Eve – like many others – is just portraying a character. Btw, I’m surprised so many people have compared her heel turn to Lita’s. I feel like Lita had it the worst, out of Stephanie and Trish. Getting called a “Crackwhore,” and just … Yeah. :/ I don’t think Eve is THAT distasteful, however if John keeps teasing her, I can see it going down that road. People have already clinged onto “Hoeski” pretty quickly.

  • Jhonmarco

    Not to sound like a broken record, but softbomb preach! Everything that needs to be said that person said. I truly wish there were more heels in mainstream like Trish in late 2004 to 2005. Such a rarity in that she was a fighting champion & very ambitious. Loved that.

  • Al

    I think the problem is that the character was given to Eve. Eve has an aura about her that not every WWE employee has– she comes across as educated and eloquent. I’m not saying other workers aren’t educated, but there’s a reason why Eve is used for speaking engagements; you can’t help but think educated, classy woman when she opens her mouth. Furthermore, she is the female face of the women empowered movement DVDs by the Grazi family. All that combined with the fact that WWE hasn’t done an angle like that since Lita (it’s been 6 years?), it comes off weird that they choose to do it with Eve, the one Diva that comes across as intelligent.

    I have seen people question who Eve refused to sleep with to be humiliated like that. I don’t think many other Divas would have elicited that response had they been part of the angle.

    • Al

      BTW, I don’t think Eve refused to sleep with anybody. I think WWE needed to finish up the Zack/Eve/Cena angle, and they did it the quickest way possible, which is why it came off abrupt and sloppy.

      • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ kellytrishfan

        Pretty much agree with everything you’ve said.

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/bxshadow23?feature=mhum EveLover

        Ohh, if I could like comments. I would like this 100times if needed.

  • RayneWoman

    I always felt that Lita got the shorter end of the stick with the whole ‘slut’ issue. She was basically humiliated in the night of her final run with WWE (remember the ‘Hoe’ sale?). I never really went with this whole ‘Divas are sluts’ attitude. Personally, I feel like it’s degrading towards their reputation. At first, I was happy that Eve is turning heel and getting a push, and I ignored the whole hoeski chants and just concentrated on her performance. But I thought over it one more time and realized, a classy, educated diva like Eve getting a hoe label, is it worth it?

  • cheerleadermelissafan

    Maybe it’s me, but I feel the ‘slut’ angle for Lita and Eve are totally different. With Lita, they really had no choice but to go this route for her heel turn. Her response as a face was on par with that of the top males of the company, so they had to do something drastic to get the fans to despise her. A simple attack on another face diva or anything wouldn’t have done the trick, because most fans still would have sided with her. So they had to use her reputation against her to get people to dislike her.

    With Eve, I feel the Hoeski thing could have been avoided. If they wanted a heel Eve, they could have easily turned her against Kelly or something a little less practical. But by having her labeled as hoe, i think will hurt her more in the long run. Sure it’s working for her now, but will she ever be able to be face again. Sure, Trish (and now Lita) have been able to regain their popularity, but that was because they were two of the most popular women in the company; it’s a lot easier to get your fans back. Sadly, Eve didn’t get a fraction of their response as a face, so this slut thing may stay with her longer than she would like.

    • Mr.3D

      With Lita, her heel turn had a lot to do with her real life relationships
      with Matt Hardy, and Edge. For Eve, this is all just a work.

      I suppose the WWE could’ve tried this Heel turn with Kelly Kelly, but (for all purposes intended), K2 is about as threatening as an Easter bunny, and it would’ve ruined her image as the All-American Good Girl.

      Personally, I think that Eve’s Heel turn should’ve gone down at the EC pay per view, by attacking John Cena, and helping Kane get the victory

      Lastly, Eve is bigger in size than most of the other Divas (with the exceptions of Beth Phoenix, Natalya, Tamina, and especially Kharma). I mean, she’s not musclebound like Beth Phoenix, but, she’s not a small woman. So, a heel works better for her, and she can utilize a new, more aggressive moveset (although, I’ll admit it: I’m going to miss her Booty Popping moonsault)!!!

      We’ll have to wait, and see how she progresses in the weeks to come, and at Wrestlemania 28 (That is, if the WWE decides to HAVE a Divas match).

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/bxshadow23?feature=mhum EveLover

    I loved what softbomb said and I tend to agree also ,but Im gonna have to go with what @ToDashAndBack said. He really took the words right out of my mouth. Literally all “Sluts” that have been with the wwe (i.e.Stephanie, Sable,Trish, Lita) all have become legends. Believe it or not, this is probably the start of a legendary carreer for eve. I know the slut gimmick is degrading, but history shows that its a success.

    And honestly, eve’s image isnt really destroyed because of this. Just look at the other divas that had this role. Trish isn’t remembered as the girl that walked in the ring in four legs ,half naked & barked like a dog, is she? No, shes remembered as probably the biggest diva ever. Sable, Lita, & Stephanie are also proof of this, but trish especially.

    • cheerleadermelissafan

      True. But she doesn’t have the same level of charisma as Trish or Steph, nor does she have the popularity of Lita or Sable. So while this may show success in creating success stories for divas, I just don’t see it happening for Eve.

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/bxshadow23?feature=mhum EveLover

        You got your point. But you know, the promo she cut on smackdown goes to show that she could have this success. This is the first REAL opportunity that she has had to get the fans to react to her. Before she came to a match, won or lost, and went to the back. Shes never been in a storyline this big. I say that if the wwe really wants her to be legendary, give her opportunities like this. And if they turn her face again, give her something to work with other than just 2minute matches & random reigns.

        I know this is an excuse used by many Eve Torres fans, but its true. Sadly, eve has never had an opportunity this big.

        • cheerleadermelissafan

          I understand what you are saying — i really do. There is no doubt that Eve could be successful. Legendary? I’m afraid not. To me, she has always been good, but she lacks that certain connection that makes me want to like her. And I feel even with this opportunity, she will never make a big mark in the division. She’s an okay wrestler; she is okay on the mic, but she just doesn’t stand out as someone I will remember years later. Part of it is the WWE’s fault, but some blame goes to Eve as well.

        • http://www.youtube.com/user/bxshadow23?feature=mhum EveLover

          Lmao, I think I exaggerated a little about her becoming legendary ;p .I also agree with you about her lacking that certain connection that she doesnt seem to have with you, and alot of other fans. There is a certain someone who also lacked this connection, Michelle McCool. Michelle went through the same phase Eve has been through. Unsuccessful face run, then she became a better heel. Eve is going through this too. Eve’s wrestling in my opinion is decent, she’ll get better with time.. shes pretty good though, for the time she has wrestling. Her mic skills will also improve, IF given more mic time.

          Also, right now shes able to stand out because of her gimmick. But if wwe decides to turn her face, they have to give her something. And she needs to work that certain something so the crowd could react to her. Like you said, she also deserves blame for her “boring” face run ( Ididnt find it boring, but I see what people mean.)

          And to finish this off, I actually believe eve could be memorable. Maybe you dont see it now, but lets wait until her carreer furthers more & how she does in this role so we can judge.

        • http://www.youtube.com/user/bxshadow23?feature=mhum EveLover

          Omg, I write so much -_- . I really need to learn how to shorten my speeches.

  • AdrianRay

    Uh…last I checked it’s a simple way to create a HEEL diva. I really don’t understand how it’s offensive if the woman is ok with it. Wrestling is a HUGE business and unless you can come up with a cool, innovative character that’s never been seen before I don’t get why you bitch. If the woman runs with it and gets a huge reaction, I don’t think she’d whine about being called a slut. :p

    Lita is different though due to the fact that the dumbass fans judged her personally. Also to answer the question at the top of this topic: No.
    The WWE are idiots, but the last two major heel divas haven’t been sluts…

  • AdrianRay

    Also, how is a woman using her sex appeal to advance herself make her a slut? She hasn’t slept with anyone, has she? No, didn’t think so. People must just have different opinions on the definition of ” SLUT”.

  • Melina&Mickie4ever!

    I believe wwe really uses “slut” for majority of past/present divas because its a easy way to get heat from the crowd. Did you see how quick the crowd chanted “Hoeski” after Cena called Eve on it ? Its just a way to get the crowd going and pressure heat on a heel diva without them bashing the city they are in or telling the crowd to shut up.

    Just like Trish when she was a heel and she would have segments in the ring or backstage and a male superstar would make a comment about her sleeping around then the crows would chant slut or cheer or something. Its just a way to get the crowd going another desprete attempt

  • MomoMufFinSsFTW

    Don’t like this at all…I Mean its one way to have a slut gimmick and theres another way which is embarrassing which is what wwe is doing to eve which they have done to lita.Aksana is a slutty gimmick thats harmless..Eve’s can really affect how people treat her.Like i said before i’m never going to support eve as a heel because imo she naturally has the aura(hope thats spelled right) of a face..To Me A Slut is a person who sleeps with everyone.And the fans are all ready acting like “Omg WWE is so Real Lets Call Eve a Hoeski”!! Smfh. This is why WWE should Have a Sign Saying THIS IS SCRIPTED YOU DUMB ASZES!!! <.<…Anyway imo WWE is hurting eve's career inside and out of the ring.I Agree 100% with sofbomb.

    • AdrianRay

      So people boo a heel because they think the WWE is real and that person really is an asshole/slut/chicken? Maybe they are just trying to enjoy themselves and know who to cheer for and who to boo for.

      • MomoMufFinSsFTW

        No..I’m saying they are going to start a Lita Type of booing…

        • MomoMufFinSsFTW

          I’m Saying the fans are going to start really saying painful things to eve and Act like this is real..Blah Blah Blah..basically they are going to pull a Lita.(Which is Bad imo,even if they do become legends it still hurts them imo..soo)

        • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ kellytrishfan

          It hurt Lita because they brought her personal life into her profession. When things get personal, then yes, people get hurt and embarrassed. That is the difference between Lita’s heel turn and Trish’s. Trish, on the other hand, knew her’s was purely a gimmick. It was purely used for entertainment and she was portraying a character, as did the fans. Eve is the same way, I don’t think the “Hoeski” chants hurt Eve, because she is professional. She knows that they’re attacking her character on TV, as opposed to who she actually is. There’s a definite line between Eve’s gimmick and her personal life, which was not crossed – with Lita it was and I agree with AdrianRay, people know it’s entertainment. They’re just getting into the storyline.

        • MomoMufFinSsFTW

          Well..i’m just worried for eve i guess…i don’t like this role one bit and i pray it doesn’t make her career bad! Dx…

  • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ kellytrishfan

    At the end of the day, it’s only a storyline/gimmick. Everyone gets that, including the parties involved and the majority of the fans. You see how many grown adults are in the audience, surely they know the difference between real and fake. I don’t see anything negative with the crowd actually getting involved and investing into Eve and the current storyline she is. If she was getting no reaction at all, it would be far more worst. On top of that, she is working with the top babyface of the company, opening Raw and being given mic time. Can you really complain about that? Surely, maybe a tough, mean girl, cocky heel is better than the whole “slut” gimmick – but it is just that, a gimmick.

    As of now, her treatment is not nearly as bad as Lita’s. Which I feel was really used to expose her personal life between herself, Matt and Edge – Which WWE should’ve never really taken it that far. It is just that, personal. They crossed the line of it being a gimmick. But Trish, Stephanie, Sable, Eve – they’re all just gimmicks coming from madeup storylines. Everyone says how amazing of an heel Trish was in ’04 and that stemmed from her being a “slut,” remember? Just saying. I don’t think it’s nearly as bad, but that of course is only MY opinion.

  • Looking Glass

    I don’t really see the argument here at all. I mean I’m not anti-Knockout or pro-Diva, I just think the way TNA show certain women such as Brooke Tessmacher (back with the Sex-retary gimmick) and The Beautiful People, you could argue they have been sexualized. But Eve? She was shown as playing Zack and John off each other, commentary always put over the fact Eve and Zack were friends and there was no suggestion she was sleeping with either man. If anything Eve’s gimmick is less of a slut and more a gold-digger with aspects of Molly Holly’s ‘superior class of woman’. Fair enough, they made no bones about portraying Lita as a slut with the whole Live sex segment, but Eve turns heel in a love triangle that was never there and now she’s a slut? It’s just slapping on any old label without seeing that it’s the storyline that’s archetypal here, as is the new gimmick Eve’s under.

  • http://realxavierlee.tumblr.com Xavier Lee

    The first thing I said with the whole love triangle, and Eve being heel is that she is a future Hall of Famer. WWE only puts women they are backing 100% in these types of storylines. You have to have the company behind you, because in my opinion, its an easy storyline for the company to run to, but its not an easy one to play. Lita, Trish, and Stephanie were all in the same generation, and 2/3 of them had real life relationships mixed with the storyline.

    In my opinion, not every Diva will get this role. I could see Layla getting it, and maybe Kelly Kelly, Aksana, & Maxine as well, but that is all. The WWE goes for a specific look in these situations, average size woman, not buff, has success and championships to back their names up, and if you’ve noticed, the love triangles are usually the turning point in the Divas career. Eve will do great at it, and so would the Divas I listed above.

    I can’t wait to see how far she goes :)

  • Raekon

    Eve wasnt and still isnt presented as a slut in my opinion.

    She had nothing sexual with both men nor with any other one.
    As other said she is only a “user” that uses the fame of others to benefit from it.

    Layla was portrayed like a “slut” when she dumbed Noble for Regal
    Lita when she dumbed Matt for Edge
    Trish and Stephanie were presented like ones.

    Other than that I can only think about sable showing her boobs and everything to the world, val venis “sluts”, The godfathers “hoes”, jeff jarretts “Sluts” (kat and debra) and so on….

    So it was really used often in various gimmicks in the past.

    However, in Eves case I would say its not a “slut” gimmick since it has nothing sexual to it, not was she really with any of the two guys involved together.