Women in the UK: share your experience of being subjected to online misogyny

<span>Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Leading Tory peers including former culture secretary Baroness Morgan are campaigning for the forthcoming Online Safety Bill to take a tougher stance on abuse of women and girls on the internet.

They are pushing for the law to include a legally-enforced code of practice requiring social media firms to protect women and girls against attacks online.

We’re interested to hear from women in the UK how their experience of online misogyny has affected them.

Share your experiences

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