What Women Know About The Internet

This is a personal project which I created to accompany Emily Chang’s NYT piece, What Women Know About The Internet.”

Women experience the internet differently, just as the experience of walking down a dark alley, or even a busy street, is different for women than it is for men. One Pew study found that women are far more likely to be sexually harassed online and describe these interactions as extremely upsetting. The Department of Justice reports that about 75 percent of the victims of stalking and cyberstalking are women. And so women look over our shoulders online, just as we do in real life.

Illustration of a woman looking through a peephole. The peephole contains the "@" symbol.