The Macquarie dictionary (Sixth Edition 2013) defines misogyny as:
noun 1. hatred of women.
- entrenched prejudice against women.
OHPI stands against misogynistic speech made online particularly on social media. In particular, we campaign against rape jokes, threats and intimidation, slut-shaming, cyber-mobbing a woman to push her out of the discussion, and revenge porn.
May 2020 – Campaign to Stop Online Misogyny
Our May 2020 Campaign was a month long campaign that aimed to increase the focus on stopping Online Misogyny.
Below is a list of our publications documenting, reporting and highlighting instances of online misogynist speech.
January 17, 2020: Andre Oboler, Mark Civitella, Nasya Bahfen, “Submission on Anti-Vilification Protections”
May 31, 2020: Youtube Misogyny
May 28, 2020: Treading Water in an Ocean of Hate
May 22, 2020: Misogyny Manifestation Across All Social Media Platforms
May 17, 2020: Alarming Misogyny on Twitter
May 13, 2020: Right Winged or Racist? What Do You Think?
April 15, 2020: Coronavirus and the Trolls
January 18, 2020: Instagram needs help
October 9, 2016: Misogyny and Politics
June 1, 2016: Trolling the AFL with racism and misogyny
January 21, 2016: Revenge Porn: What the law must do?
January 5, 2016: WIN: misogynistic bullying account terminated
January 3, 2016: Social Media Violence Against Women: Carla’s tale of a misogynistic bully
January 10, 2016: Report Misogyny & Abuse on Twitter
Nov 24, 2015: Crossing the line on political speech
October 21, 2015: Some UPF supporters engage in extreme misogyny
August 31, 2015: Report YouTube video promoting violence against women
June 21, 2015: Promoting Dylann Roof’s Extremism on Facebook
June 20, 2015: Facebook Fails to Protect Free Speech Against Hate
June 5, 2015: Restore Australia’s cyberbullying of Mariam Veiszadeh
June 5, 2015: Online Rants and Free Speech
June 5, 2015: Report “Rape Joke” Facebook group
May 8, 2015: Steps taken by Twitter to combat abuse
March 8, 2015: An experience of online violence against women (Australian feminist campaigner Caitlin Roper shares her experience of online misogyny)
September 29, 2013: Misogyny – Hate Against Women
COMMENTARY & MEDIA COVERAGE
November 24, 2015: Crossing the line on political speech
September 18, 2015: OHPI in the Jewish Taskforce Newsletter
March 24, 2015: Success! OHPI gets hate removed
March 7, 2015: Australian feminist shares her experience of online misogyny (press release)
December 15, 2014: New tool in fighting online hate (Australian Jewish News)
December 11, 2014: OHPI: Tracking down the data to combat online hate (The Big Smoke)
December 10, 2014: Hitting Back Against Hate (MX)
December 9, 2014: Fight Against Hate Launched (OHPI Press Release)
Council Bulletin (National Council of Jewish Women of Australia Ltd.) Misogyny and the Internet