Neighborhood musician Sarey Ruden will lead a weeklong electronic silence in May to challenge online harassment that is sexual.
Birmingham musician Sarey Ruden has already established it with online culture that is dating. The whole thing, she states. The hate speech females get from guys when they state they aren’t interested, the traumatization from cyberflashing — getting an unsolicited intimate image — and a lot of of all of the, she claims, being silenced by dating platforms for reporting punishment and harassment that takes place on the internet sites. Continue reading “Females Protest Online Abuse by Going Black on Dating Apps”