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In gaming, an industry known for endemic sexism, studies cited by Citron show that 70 percent of women in multiplayer games play as male characters in order to avoid abuse.
Rape and death threats made by strangers are also common, however.
Social media is used by traffickers to sell people whose photographs they share, without their consent, often including photographs of their abuse of women as an example to others.
Seventy-six percent of trafficked persons are girls and women and the Internet is now a major sales platform. They happen overwhelming to women and the abusers are overwhelmingly men.
Women have a 1 in 5 chance of actually being raped and a 1 in 4 chance of being physically assaulted by an intimate.
For men, the chances of being raped are 1 in 71, and 1 in 7 for being physically abused, also an asymmetrical comparison.
The harassment men experience also lacks broader, resonant symbolism.
Women are more frequently targeted with gendered slurs and pornographic photo manipulation because the objectification and dehumanization of women is central to normalizing violence against us.
First, as Young points out, women’s harassment is more likely to be gender-based and that has specific, discriminatory harms rooted in our history.
The study pointed out that the harassment targeted at men is not , as is clearly more frequently the case with women.
These images are then used to populate online spaces created for sharing them, cyber-cesspools whose sole purpose is to deprive people of dignity by humiliating, and harassing them.
And then there’s the matter of human trafficking online.
According to Erica Olsen, Deputy Director of Safety Net, a program created by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), “In a 2012 survey, 89 percent of local domestic violence programs reported that victims were experiencing intimidation and threats by abusers via technology, including through cell phones, texts, and email.” Online harassment is a key weapon in intensified stalking, for example.