Is the term "Whore", either to mean someone who is promiscuous, or someone who is a sex worker, archaic in Australian English?
When I see the word "Whore", I tend to think of Shakespeare (along with the word "Strumpet"). I do, occasionally, hear it in American music, and I've encountered neologisms consisting of something plus whore, such as "Rep whore".
Google NGrams says that "Whore" declined in popularity but has bounced back in American English, and not just because sex workers are being talked about more, but by contrast in British English (the closest thing to Australian English), it hasn't bounced back much. Not that I trust NGrams much for a derogatory, non-standard term like "Whore".
Is "Whore" archaic in Australian English?