Haters Gonna Hate: Women, Minorities & Online Abuse
Jeska Dzwigalski
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It’s par for the course when death threats get sent to men and most women. It happens so much they only remark about it occasionally.

However, mean tweets and criticism suddenly count as violent, misogynistic hate speech when it happens to women so privileged and sheltered that being treated the same as other people makes them feel oppressed.

It doesn’t take courage to say bad things are bad. It takes courage to say bad things are bad even when they happen to people you think are bad.

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