You Can't Have a Conversation About Sexism at Gunpoint
Last week, I wrote an essay on women on the Internet in which I argued that the real problem is not the sexualized remarks and threats of violence that people tend to focus on. I've now been blogging for more than a dozen years, and for all the threats and the comments, they have never resulted in so much as a light shove or a pushy pass in the real world. No, the real problem, to me, is that women attract an undue amount of nonsexual rage and denigration from people who don't like the opinions they hold. People are ruder, angrier, more condescending and more dismissive with women who make arguments they don't like.
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