online harassment

Trans-exclusive feminists habitually derail arguments into tirades about freedom of speech if, for example, you remind them that “transgender” is an adjective, not a noun

The Group Of Women Who Harass Me More Than Men

The fact is that trans-exclusionary feminists and misogynists are, despite some trivial differences, basically on the same side. Read...
Lindsay King-Miller of Role Reboot    |   10.30.17   |   SHARE
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Come for the fat girls and the internet will smack you down!

Come For The Fat Girls, Get No Girls At All

As a fat woman on the internet I know, “Don’t read the comments. Never, ever read the comments.” But this time was different and it was awesome! Read...
Ragen Chastain    |   09.26.17   |   SHARE
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OK, but WHAT IS HE HOLDING IN HIS HANDS

Why Do We Keep Telling Women Not To Feed The Trolls?

I couldn’t help but assume the reason these people were telling me not to say even a word to this troll was because women aren’t supposed to fight Read...
Jody Amable    |   08.30.16   |   SHARE
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9 Tips From Women Writers On How To Deal With Online Harassment

Here, I’ve rounded up some of the best advice from women writers on how to stay strong and speak out against sexism—even when they are victims of it. Read...
Suzannah Weiss    |   04.7.15   |   SHARE
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For Trolls, Not Even My Young Child Is Off Limits

This is what it's like to be a feminist on the Internet who also happens to be a mother. Read...
Anne Thériault    |   03.18.15   |   SHARE
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A Conversation Between A Troll And A Fat Woman On The Internet

Being a woman on the Internet is hard. Being a fat woman on the internet can be even harder. Thanks, trolls. Read...
Ijeoma Oluo    |   01.21.15   |   SHARE
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