"Naming and shaming Internet creeps is the latest development in a centuries-long tradition among women of using gossip as a form of solidarity and even a political weapon. It’s still true today – I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard a woman say about a man, ‘He’s a little bit creepy,’ or, even worse, ‘I wouldn’t want to be alone in a room with him.’ To the uninitiated, it might sound like lazy character assassination, but phrases like that serve as keywords for women meaning stay away."
jessieflux wrote an amazing article about women using gossip and “calling-out” to expose online predators and creeps. She asked me to contribute my story, and I was really grateful for an outlet to talk about my experience.
If you’re coping with harassment and you’re scared you have no options, read her article! And I want people who are coping with harassment to know that there are ways to fight back, and that there are people who will defend them if they decide to make the situation public. I’ve been amazed by the support I’ve received. If you ever need to, and you feel safe doing it, know that you’ll have a lot of support and a lot of sympathy if you out that fucker.
EXPOSE THE CREEPS 2014
Anonymous asked: What you think of all those anti-trans feminists?
Time cast a spell on you but you won’t forget me
I know I could’ve loved you
But you would not let me
I’ll follow you down ‘til the sound of my voice
Will haunt you
You’ll never get away from the sound
Of the woman that loves you