Online dating helping pathetic women
Nowhere is this more evident than in the more than 80 heartbreaking stories you have submitted since we posted Amanda’s story a week ago.
(And the emails we’ve received from other colleagues and friends who have written to tell me their own stories of abuse and harassment.) Today, tomorrow, next week, people will continue to be barraged by threats online.
It's still there if you know where to look, which is why I'm being vague, as I'd prefer for it not to go any higher in the Google rankings.
Luckily, it hasn't affected my career or my personal life in any way that I know of, but I have had to explain it to more than one guy I've dated since then, and it definitely scared the heck out of me at the time.
Just this past week, in the news were stories about Robert Kinney’s harassment case in Texas, the Criado-Perez case in London, the Gregory Alan Elliott case in Toronto.
When I was still in college I happened to comment on a blog run by a feminist and sex-columnist who years before had suffered a scandal when her nude images were leaked by an angry ex-boyfriend.
Amanda also had a trove of reporting about the gaming world.
(Here is a passage from her files: “Perhaps it’s no coincidence that one of the highest-profile cases of Internet death threats were made against David Vonderhaar, a video game developer whose studio designed .
So here, each day this week, we are going to run a selection of the personal stories we’ve received.
They aren’t easy to read, but they are important to read.
Imagine a) I own a house, b) I put it on the market for 0K, c) it stays on the market for a year, and d) I then "settle" for an offer of 0K. In all likelihood, she is "worth" the guy with the bald head and crooked teeth.