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Anonymity and Misogyny Online, and How It’s Pushing Us Out

by Andrea Wobel

“What I once thought of as opportunity is silencing me. Is it now that only those women willing to combat misogynist, pro-rape comments will have a place online? And if I choose not to be a part of it, will there be no place for me? Positive person that I am, I am betting that this can and will change. Trying not to let a hard lesson harden my heart, I know we can speak out, and be examples, as both sayers and a doers. If we don’t, who will?” Read on, intrepid reader . . . 

Lindsay Bottos' Tumblr selfies with hate speech from "anonymous"

Click to see Lindsay Bottos’ Tumblr selfies with hate speech from “anonymous”

 

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