Creep shaming: This is the phenomenon wherein a guy you're not attracted to you hits on you, and he's automatically a creep. This has a lot more to do with physical appearance and charm than with actually being creepy. If a guy is attractive, women rarely have this sort of reaction. I'm physically attractive, and I never get called a creep, unless I actually do something creepy, and I mean really creepy. I can get away with a lot of stuff many guys can't as a result of my good looks, such as checking women out repeatedly, flirting with women I don't know, hitting on high school girls, etc. Basically, a creep is an ugly guy who's attracted to you.
Pervert shaming: Pervert shaming mostly comes from feminists. It basically goes like this: A guy is expressing normal sexuality, e.g. checking out a girl's butt, and he's a disgusting pervert. I guy looks at pictures of naked women and he's a disgusting pervert. Feminists have a phrase for this (a phrase that originated from Ways of Seeing). They call it "the male gaze". I actually read the Ways of Seeing essay, and not only is it incredibly sexist; it's also racist, because it basically says that the male gaze is a phenomenon that is both exclusive to and ubiquitous in the European art tradition; cultures in Africa, India, etc. respect women and don't view them as sex objects; white men are evil and perverted, and it shows in their art. I'm not going to dissect Ways of Seeing here; maybe I'll do that in a separate post.
Virgin shaming: Look at how society sees male virgins versus how society sees female virgins. If you're a female virgin, then at worst you're seen as a prude. If you're a male virgin, then at best you're a sad loser who needs to be given a hooker, and at worst you're a mentally unstable, autistic future mass murderer.
Naked shaming: It pretty much goes without saying that male nudity is far more stigmatized than female nudity. Male exhibitionism is seen as disgusting and predatory whereas female exhibitionism is seen as harmless and cute. If you're a man, and you're naked in a public setting, most people will see you as a weirdo. This is not the case with women at all. If you're a male nudist, people will automatically assume that you're doing it for sexual purposes. Male erections are seen as threatening (and in the case of nude models, unprofessional), while female arousal has no such taboo attached to it. I've never heard anyone say that it's unprofessional for a female life model to have hard nipples. Yes, women get shamed for being naked too, but men bear the brunt of this shaming.
Body shaming: It's pretty much uncontested that body shaming of women is worse than body shaming of men. However, men also have body issues, and men are body-shamed as well. In some ways, maintaining an ideal male body is actually harder. A woman only has to be lean; a man on the other hand needs to be lean and muscular. Hell, I got thin-shamed in this thread after posting a nude. Not that I really care though. If I were that insecure about my body so as to be bothered by people making fun of it, I wouldn't have posted a picture of it for all to see.
Fag shaming: Male homosexuality is a lot more shamed than female homosexuality. Yeah, lesbians are fetishized, but they aren't beaten up and killed by homophobes. I honestly don't understand feminists' problem with fetishization, and why they think it's in any way equivalent to actual persecution and even violence against a group of people.