How to Fix Twitter’s Troll Problem for Women in Sports (& Beyond)
Julie DiCaro

Numerous studies have shown that men are harassed and threatened online far more often than women, and of the harassment that women do receive, the majority of it comes from… other women.

And yet here I am, reading yet another article about women being harassed online that was written by a woman who is oblivious to the fact that her male colleagues get even more of these nasty messages, and pretending that this is some kind of women’s issue.

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