WOMEN
05/13/2015 10:12 am ET | Updated May 13, 2015

This Is How Trolls Treat Women On The Internet

A new Twitter hashtag shows just how rough it is being a woman on the Internet.

Online harassment-reporting platform HeartMob asked Twitter users to share their stories using #MyTroll, and the results are truly staggering.

Harassers are everywhere. Any woman who has dared to express an opinion or share a story about her life online has probably been criticized and mocked, if not outright threatened. Some women are persistently harassed by specific, incredibly aggressive trolls who make chilling personal threats.

Recently, public figures like actress Ashley Judd and Feminist Frequency founder Anita Sarkeesian have spoken out about how harassment has changed their lives, and the steps they have taken to protect themselves from threats made over the Internet.

Platforms like Twitter have promised to do better at shutting down trolls and responding appropriately to threats, but there's still a long way to go.

Here's just a few of the terrible things trolls have said to women:

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