There are different posters for different things, but the thing they all have in common is that they all somehow address terms, phenomena, or challenges that in different ways are marginalizing. This is a method of coming with a comeback with the Cyber Hate Assistant to back you up. What you are experiencing is real!
Facts Be an ally on the internet - react!
We all have a mutual responsibility for which type of society want to live in, even online.
Guide Counteract gaslighting, listen inclusively!
For all of us with privileges who want to be allies and take in different perspectives.
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 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!
Facts How to leave interpretive prerogative
People who are a part of a discriminated or marginalized group have the right to define how this is expressed, what is experienced as degrading, and how the activist movement should be.
A microaggression is a subtle degrading behavior in words, actions, or attitudes toward people who are discriminated against.