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Abuse by Anonymous Author on April 28th, 2014
“Go to HR, deal with that asshole head on, but whatever you do, do not lose your shit. You can’t become ‘angry black woman.’”
Blurred image of men talking.
Abuse by Anonymous Author on April 28th, 2014
A story of sexual assault leading to the downfall of a female founder.
Mythology by Ashe Dryden on March 17th, 2014
Perhaps the scariest part of speaking out is seeing the subtle insinuation of consequence and veiled threats by those you speak against.
Five Indigenous women standing next to each other smiling. They are from tribes across Montana and wearing powwow regalia called jingle dresses. All have two braids, and beadwork in the form of hair ties, leggings, moccasins, neckties, belts, and earrings.
Form by Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear on February 3rd, 2014
The problem with the framing of sexualized violence as an issue that hurts all women equally is that it erases the experiences of Indigenous women.
Tweet that reads 'I asked people who had reported harassment or assault to their employer to tell me what happened after. 23 of 25 were fired within 3 months.' by user ashedryden.
State by Ashe Dryden on January 13th, 2014
Many see the critiques of tech culture and get defensive, not realizing this is a compassionate act.
London Anti Street Harassment Campaign.
State by Leigh Honeywell on January 13th, 2014
Engaging users who are directly impacted by harassment must be central to any platform’s efforts at combating abuse.