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Conor Friedersdorf of the Atlantic told Hess that he was appalled at comments he saw when he subbed for a female blogger years ago.“One wonders,” he said, “how many equally talented women we missed out on reading due to misogynists hurling vile invective at rising female journalists?Im looking you up, and when I find you, im going to rape you and remove your head.”And it went on in that vein.Police who are accustomed to men threatening women in person with guns and knives have a harder time figuring out what to do about online threats, wrote Hess.
Hess sampled other writers for the kind of responses they’ve gotten.
”As Hess discovered, a Pew Research Center poll found that over five years of its research, 72.5% of the ugly online incidents reported to the group Working to Halt Online Abuse came from women.
The Internet is idealized as an equal-opportunity online community, but it can’t be much of one if such savagery can’t be kept in check.
Almost any woman who’s active online could have told him what was going to happen.
He gave up after two hours because of the explicit and sexually aggressive messages he was getting.“One of the guys becomes super aggressive saying he is competitive and he will treat me right, the other is asking for my phone number telling me he is lying in bed and the conversation (without me steering it) is turning increasingly sexual in nature though I tell him I’m not comfortable with it….“Guys would become hostile when I told them I wasn’t interested in No Strings Attached sex, or guys that had started normal and nice quickly turned the conversation into something explicitly sexual in nature,” the man wrote. I ended up deleting my profile at the end of two hours and kind of went about the rest of my night with a very bad taste in my mouth.”I’d bet that every woman professional has gotten emails with sexual content.