An essay on feminism and online harassment.
Hacker News is the online news and information site with the most readers.
It has an active user base of nearly 9.7 million people, including about 5.7 billion monthly active users.
But it’s been hit with a torrent of negative comments about the way the site has treated women and feminism in recent years.
The comments on the article about the article on Hacker News that sparked the hashtag #I’mAWomanMoveOn article by Anastasia, a 26-year-old college student from New York, are among the most negative.
Anastasias post about her experience with the article has received more than 100,000 retweets, and comments from readers have ranged from “why does she feel like this when she is a woman” to “she should just get out of the industry.”
The response to the piece was also negative.
“I am not a feminist and have never been,” one user wrote.
Another wrote, “I know it’s not your fault, but it does seem to be the case.
This article does not reflect the opinions of Hacker News, so I am posting it in its entirety for the sake of the reader.”
Some commenters also said that the article did not reflect their opinions of women in tech and society.
An astute reader noted that the writer’s description of her experience is not accurate.
“Her point of view is based on the perspective of an outsider and her words reflect that.
So, yeah, it does reflect the reality of what women go through,” the reader wrote.
“But, at the same time, I would also say it is a bit over the top.
In the same article, you wrote that there was a problem with how women were portrayed on Hacker, and I don’t understand why that is a problem.
So maybe there is something there.”
The article’s author, Anastasia, said in a follow-up post that she felt it was important to raise awareness about the lack of representation of women on the internet, and that she was trying to bring attention to this problem.
“Women are often not given the same opportunities that men are, and women have been given so much, yet they’re often not taken seriously,” she wrote.
The Hacker News writer’s article is one of many examples of women’s voices being silenced in online discussion.
A 2014 study by the National Women’s Law Center found that only 20 percent of women online had been included in a discussion on the site.
The Center for Responsive Politics found that about one-third of all online comments in 2015 were negative about the representation of people of color and people of gender non-conforming in tech.
Some of the most vitriolic comments came in response to an article about a white woman who had posted a comment about a “black male professor” being paid less than his female counterpart.
The comment came from an individual named Kym.
She had a white-sounding name and said she was “an engineer in tech.”
The comment drew more than 70,000 negative comments.
The author of the comment, a Reddit user, claimed that she had “just lost my job due to this.”
Another user claimed that Kym had made the comment to “disrupt her social life,” and that her comment was the first time in her life she had been harassed.
Kym responded to the user on Reddit saying that her comments were meant to make a point, and she had made a mistake.
“The fact that I made a typo in my first post was a mistake, I am not saying that my first comment was malicious, but that it was an error,” she said.
“It is not my intention to harass or intimidate anyone in this thread.”
Other commenters on Hacker news took issue with the fact that Kyn was not included in the conversation.
“As an engineer, I know that there is always a need to find a balance between the two genders in tech, and this was just another example of this,” one commenter wrote.
One comment called the article “a sad commentary on the lack and/or lack of diversity in tech,” and another said, “The only reason this woman, who is obviously intelligent, is being allowed to make the same mistakes as men is because of how they are portrayed on the news.”
Another person who has contributed to Hacker News commented, “If the female writer wants to be on Hacker she should not be writing about sexism in tech but be doing the work that makes it possible.”
A person who goes by the name of the “Black Girl in Tech” has been on Hacker for two years.
In a tweet sent out on Thursday, she said she has been harassed and attacked online for being a woman.
She said she decided to speak up after seeing an article on the Huffington Post about a woman who worked in a tech company, who said she had a problem and