The worst online abusers of women aren't who you think they are.
William Fee is dead but an impostor just started a Facebook account for him. Why won’t Facebook remove the bogus, and hurtful
We need to give victims of abuse a voice.
With the NCAA men's college basketball tournament tipping off, "Insurgent" actress and women's rights advocate Ashley Judd
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is taking personal responsibility for his platform's chronic problems with harassment and abuse
Cyberbullying, Online Abuse or Political Scandal: 41-Year-Old Monica Lewinsky Ought to Know the Difference
I am shocked--shocked--that Monica Lewinsky considers the Internet the major contributor to her ruined reputation; shocked that she considered her situation similar to Tyler Clementi's; and shocked at her timing.
Monica Lewinsky has broken a decade-long silence to announce her campaign to end cyberbullying and today’s toxic culture of internet shaming.
Parker "drink bleach" Molloy has returned to The Advocate's online edition, following a one-month suspension over alarmingly abusive online behavior.
Disagreeing with someone's argument is done through facts and analysis, which is completely necessary for healthy debate. Disagreeing by calling for violence is an attempt to silence a voice you think doesn't have a right to speak. There is a clear difference.
On the Internet, a guy in his boxer shorts shouting at the computer in his mother's basement can get as much attention as a senior executive logging in from her Wall Street office.
Misogyny and shame culture go hand in hand, because they both perpetuate an idea that women have to look and behave a certain way -- to perform a certain role -- in order to play their part in society.
Like a playground that has recently survived a storm, we have some online social media cleaning up to do.