While you become more aware of and comfortable with your digital rights, you need to challenge the notion that the internet is neutral and inclusive of minorities.
A young student received rape and death threats when she replied to this sexist matrimonial ad for a bit of fun.
Feminism in India hosted a workshop for college students on online harassment against for the #SafetySummit organised by She The People.
Online sexual harassment is often disregarded as it is viewed as men merely having fun even if at the expense of women.
We were touched by the hospitality extended to us by DDUC and we hope our workshop on combatting online harassment helped sensitise students.
Reddit sees 110 million visitors on an average every month. Hence, it is imperative that their timelines see stories that are told by women and consist of female-driven rhetorics.
On 6 December 2018, Feminism in India visited the campus of Ambedkar University Delhi to conduct a workshop on online abuse and violence, and how to combat it.
FII conducted a workshop on on ‘Online Violence Against Women' and ‘Digital Security for Young Women', under our campaign #DigitalHifazat at IP College for Women, University of Delhi.
In the platform Quora, flimsy rhetoric riddled with logical fallacies is spewed in an attempt to discredit any conversation on gender justice.
Normalisation of rape culture has gone up to a level where sexual assault has turned into a marketable commodity in the form of rape videos.