For Women Across The Aisle, Politics and Social Media Can Be Toxic

Regardless of whether they’re Democrats or Republicans, women face a toxic political environment online and in real life.

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Content warning: Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegation is mentioned in this article.

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Political analysis | Bylines: Rantt Media, Extra Newsfeed, PMP Magazine, Backbench, Dialogue and Discourse | Editor: Breakthrough

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