Mean Girls #1
Based on my own experience of being the victim of cyber stalking, I’m going to share the stories of women who have been harmed online by female predators. This is the first of a series of posts dedicated to bringing awareness to the problem.
It’s difficult for me to imagine women victimizing other women. I’ve always had the opinion that women should be treated with dignity and respect. If that’s not possible it’s better to just walk away and not cause any harm.
Women are often subjected to harsh criticism at home, in the workplace and in social situations. The internet has now become a stalker’s paradise. Female predators are using websites, email, chat rooms and public blogs and forums to stalk and bully their victims.
Meet My Stalkers…
I have six cyber stalkers at the present time….all six are female predators.
I’ve been blogging with a group of men and women on a public forum for a few months. Many of the people I interact with have become personal friends.
Over the past four months it’s become increasingly ugly with a group of cyber stalkers whose only interest is to humiliate and victimize other women. Many of us have been repeatedly targeted, bullied and stalked by these women on the site.
These stalkers are adult women in ages ranging from their 40′s to 60′s. They gang up on their victim, sometimes two to four perpetrators working together at the same time.
They write a blog for the purpose of making a person the subject of ridicule and then they all post to it. They feed off each other and the posting goes on for several hours. They also instigate others to join in and post demeaning comments aimed at humiliating and bullying their target.
These women have never met me or talked to me outside of the dating site, and know nothing about me firsthand. They have no vested interest in a friendship with me. Yet they don’t hesitate to publicly criticize, bully and embarrass me on a regular basis.
They rely on gossip or personal opinions to come up with embarrassing comments. These six women constantly engage in deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior that is intended to emotionally harm the women they target.
Who are these mean girls? I call them the Vampire Twins, the Madams and the Heartless Duo. More about them at another time. For now, I hope I have piqued your interest on the topic. Stay tuned for more.
“When we judge or criticize another person, it says nothing about that person; it merely says something about our own need to be critical.” – Unknown
It pays to be fearless.
Posted on April 19, 2012, in Dating & Sex, Relationships, Stalkers, Writing and tagged cyberbullies, musings, online dating, rants, relationships, sex and dating, stalkers, women, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.