Recommendations Intersectional perspectives on the cyber hate
Collections of advice for the category.
Facts An LGBTQ perspective on cyber hate
You have the right to be who you are without living in fear of hate, violence, or harassment because of your sexuality or identity – even online.
Guide Counteract gaslighting, listen inclusively!
For all of us with privileges who want to be allies and take in different perspectives.
Facts Counteracting ageism
Ageism is discrimination and prejudices against individuals or groups because of their age.
Facts Create inclusive cyber rooms for trans people
Think about how you treat trans and non-binary people on the internet.
Facts Disability perspective on cyber hate
The internet can be a place where we meet other people like us, share experiences, and gather strength. At the same time, the internet can mean that people who don’t fit in with the norm or don’t have internet experience are exposed to cyber hate.
Facts Domination Techniques
Domination techniques are a form of social manipulation that happens consciously or unconsciously when a person or group wants to maintain their privileged position.
Facts Fat shaming
The term fat shaming acknowledges the marginalization that those of us who go against the norm of thinness experience.
Facts Gaslighting, when you are not heard or listened to
Gaslighting describes the psychological manipulation of another individual, when you make that individual doubt their own truth and mental health.
Facts How to avoid exotifying someone
Being exotified is more common than you think, and we are all a part of the problem. Learn how to stop exotifying others online!
We want to help you start using an intersectional perspective as a tool in your work against cyber hate. Learn more about what intersectionality is and how you can use it.
Facts Masculinity norms on the internet
Guys who do not fit into norms of masculinity are often met with opposition and in many cases be subjected to discrimination or harassment.
A microaggression is a subtle degrading behavior in words, actions, or attitudes toward people who are discriminated against.