This is just one small visible part of answer about forcing them...
You're all over the place with your arguments, but you're going out of your way to remove the blame from women and assign strictly to men. Thanks Mr. White Knight.
Yes, in many places in the world, mostly muslim countries, women are highly oppressed and forced into a very narrow acceptable behaviour.
But, in the west women are the freest, most independent, most powerful women have ever been in the history of humanity. Since WWII women have been able to gain parity of rights with men and even a bit more. In some countries women have more rights than men (US voting for example).
With all the rights and freedoms comes responsibility.
Humanity's advances don't negate human evolution though, no matter how hard feminists try. For relationships, men are still the pursuers and women the choosers. It's a man's job to convince the woman to allow him into her body, and it's the woman's job to pick who is allowed into her body (and please don't bring up rape, it's criminal and punishable and it's the exception, not the rule). A woman gets to set the price of entry for a man—as low as nothing and as high as a lifetime commitment.
Due to this nature, it's still the norm that women dress to attract the men. When a woman dresses provocatively, it is to attract the best man she can or to gain some advantage. When the women are in sales for example, they tend to reveal some cleavage in order to distract potential men clients and weaken their decision making ability (even by a tiny bit) to be more successful in their job. Dressing in provocative clothing is the women's way to advertise their availability and fertility to potential mates (or to give the illusion of availability in the case of saleswomen). If you think about it, in oppressive countries women are forced to cover up. Only when they're totally free they can wear provocative clothing.
Anyway, ultimately, it's the woman that makes the decision who she allows into her body, thus opening herself to possible STD infections and even pregnancy. If each woman was very choosy and, in a hypothetical world, stuck to one man for life, then STDs won't spread. Of course, same thing for men, if they only sleep with one woman in their lives, then STDs won't spread either. But men don't choose, they pursue and they're chosen.
As for name calling, especially when branding women, it's usually other women that do it. Men generally don't call women sluts and insult them lest they lose their chance to sleep with them. It's usually other women (look up women's intra-sexual competition). For example with studies done on twitter, it was found that more than 80% of the times that the word 'slut' was used in tweets in a derogatory manner was by women and not men. Women gain a lot by suppressing other women's sexuality. Keeping the price of pussy high benefits all women and they like it that way.
And to answer the original question in the thread, yes, some women, in private settings like to be called names. I've gone out with women like that, and even after marriage I found out that the quickest way to push my wife to orgasm was to actually call her names (talk dirty to me!). Of course, she would never accept those names in public.