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    Open Question: What do you think-has the web (and GWS) become a sexists' paradise? Wh

    Open Question: What do you think-has the web (and GWS) become a sexists' paradise? Why or why not?

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    Someone asked why there's scads of questions in GWS that sound like they don't think much of feminists, feminism, women, girls and females in general. So I found this article titled "How the web became a sexists' paradise" Does the article match your experience here in GWS and/or other forums that include discussions of gender studies? What's your beautiful story or horror story of trying to discuss gender studies on the web? FYI: What do forums do that make sure sexists don't rule?: "Dealing with hate speech, flaming, and trolls":,_and_trolls

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    Re: Open Question: What do you think-has the web (and GWS) become a sexists' paradise

    The Internet has become a paradise for anyone who wanted to be a complete dick since it's anonymous in the loose sense.

    It's a place where there is still an iota of free speech left so yes people will go a bit mad with it. This used to happen a lot even before the internet but in real life.

    It's the perfect place for spreading one's ideology to a wide audience and gathering a lot of followers. You can simply block out the haters.

    Not many people really know what sexism is, surprisingly enough. When I ask I often get a response along the lines of:
    When someone says something about gender you don't agree with.
    So when people say the internet is a heaven for sexists; is that an accurate statement?
    Last edited by Mr.Lomax; 20th-February-2009 at 09:09 AM. Reason: Semantic error


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