Women on the Internet
Ain't nobody got time for patronizing men 👏
He looks forward to a time when being a male ally isn't rare.
An experiment broke down how men and women are really treated online.
"Why are there so many comments about me being pregnant?"
"And women are much more aware of the stressful things that are happening in other peoples' lives [than men are], which makes
"Retracting the compliment seems to be sort of a confused response," she said. "They don't know what to do when a woman isn't
Regardless of an author's color, sexuality, gender identity, or anything else about them, it's a near-certainty that commenters will tear them down. Commenters will say, "you are wrong." They'll say, "what do you know about this topic?" They'll say, "you have the wrong priorities." They'll say, "you can't speak for me."
I can’t. That will go with me to the grave. HuffPost Women spoke to Grose (with whom I once worked at DoubleX) about which