Yes it is very possible because I have been the victim of such shame many of times throughout my life all because my views and beliefs doesn't match theirs. I have always been mocked by guys who say they like me, want to date me, and all they really wanted was to use me and get into my pants. Then by the next time I see them, their with a new girl and or spreading lies to other people about me. Why?:
1. Because I wasn't allowed to date till 18
2. Because I wasn't interested in dating in the first place, and I don't plan on to
3. I decided that I wanted to be Celibate and live by myself for the rest of my life
4. Because I don't believe in premarital sex or masturbation
5. Neither do I want to have children or be a parent
So because of those reasons, the lie about going to be a terrible parent or that nobody is going to want to marry me. You get the rest. That was extremely hurtful to me, and I've experienced that hurt since Elementary all the way to now in a way. But I've experienced that more throughout K-12 years. I try at times even as an adult to not think about it. But all the things I've explained about doing right and such before, they now believe me as young adults and respect me. But before anybody says I'm religious crap, understand that I don't believe in religion. God and his word, yes. I grew up to become a better woman because of him. But besides the point, this is years I'm talking about. Childhood, pre-teen, teenage, young adult years, my whole life. It turned me into a bitter girl growing up at some point. And I had to ask God to reveal that problem in me that I never knew I had and that no one ever knew or addressed it to me. He did. And I had to change some of my way of thinking. Trust me, I can be a very stubborn person.
My advice is this: Don't ever shame a girl because you don't like the fact she rejects all guys. Perhaps she does deserve better, depending on what it is. A lot of you guys hurt girls left and right and many of you don't give a rats behind who you hurt. Then when a woman finally hurts you, you don't forgive her or you want revenge. It's the same cycle and pattern. The same thing with sex. How do you know her last man or a male didn't hurt her to the point it turned her to act like a monster to you? I have high esteem, always have. But I'm still a woman, and human. I'm not perfect, and can die and I break just any other thing or person.