As a member of the feminist movement, I know that you’re frustrated, and I understand that.
And I understand you’re looking for a way out.
I also know that sometimes when you don’t know your name is the first step in surviving #Gamergate.
When you don: 1) Don’t know the source of your identity 2) Don the name you know and are comfortable with, even if it doesn’t match what others know.
If you’re not confident in your ability to identify your identity and tell others, you can’t speak up.
The problem with this is that it makes people feel like they don’t matter, even when they are being targeted and abused by the system.
If your identity is unknown, you’re less likely to be able to speak out.
And this doesn’t even take into account the fact that a lot of these attacks are perpetrated by anonymous, male gamers, or men who have historically been a target for women who don’t conform to their social norms.
There are also the social media issues.
It’s important to remember that if you’re on a platform that has the power to remove your identity, it’s possible that someone else will take your identity in a similar manner.
The fact that you don