In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Jessica Megarry about feminist organizing online and women’s experiences on social media.
Tag: social media
At the age of 21, Delphine is now the highest paid “porn actress” on the planet. The specific reasons for her success make for uncomfortable reading.
After r/GenderCritical was unceremoniously banned from Reddit, women formed Ovarit, only to be labelled extremists and dangerous radicals by the liberal press.
Feminists need to stop the social media infighting.
Cuties forces us to see the reality faced by young girls today.
From left to right, the male dominated Fediverse is working to silence the thousands of women flocking to Spinster — a new woman-centred social media platform.
Massive social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have come under criticism, of late, for censorship, as well as for failing to support women’s interests. Recently, Twitter has taken to suspending users…
Considering that psychology has a history of failing to address sexual trauma, how can it respond to the rising tide of sexual traumatization occurring online?
Free speech should not be taken for granted; it should be defended vigorously.
This is an edited transcript of a talk given by Dagny, a detransitioned young woman and member of the Pique Resilience Project.
Facebook bans images of breasts from the platform, but only certain breasts. Why?
When female “social media influencers” self-objectify for profit, it hurts them, as well as their audience.
Twitter allows online abuse against women, punishing those who attempt to hold men and the company to account.
Social media has taught women to self-objectify — let’s stop doing it.
Facebook is banning lesbians for using the word “dyke,” but continues not to take action against misogyny.