How to be a better woman online

An anonymous, off-the-record report of a sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, and/or transphobic slur that is still being investigated by police has been shared on Facebook by a group of women.

The report, titled ‘Dumb bitch test’, was shared by a woman who identifies as a trans woman and who, like many women who identify as trans, is currently living in the US.

It was shared on the Women’s International Forum (WIIF) Facebook page on Monday.

The post read: ‘Dear @wifie, I just want to share this with you as it’s important that we know how to be better women online.’

The post has since been shared more than 300 times.

The woman who shared the post wrote that the slur was a direct reference to a comment made by a male friend.

She wrote that she was ‘shocked and outraged’ by the slur and she shared the information in hopes that it would help to stop the kind of sexist and homophobic slurs that are rampant on social media.

She said: ‘I was really shocked to hear that my friend was a transphobe.’

What I found so upsetting was the fact that it was a comment that was made by my friend.

I am a trans man.

It’s so common and it’s such a blatant attack against me.’

This is not about me.

It is about how women are treated online.’

There are women who are trans and they are treated very differently than other women.’

If I can help to educate other women about this I think that’s something that will be really important.’

It’s not the first time trans women have shared information about transphobia online.

In 2015, trans activist and author Michelle Bachelet wrote an essay in which she said that trans women were often ‘brought up in the wrong place at the wrong time’ and that ‘gender identity is not a choice’.

Trans women are often referred to as ‘bathroom harassers’ for the way they are encouraged to act in public spaces in order to avoid unwanted attention from men.’

Bathroom harasser’ was a hashtag that was popularised by trans women and women of colour in 2017.