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The quantitative analysis distinguishes between levels of online activity as a proxy measure for levels of engagement in online feminism. Some people think "Oh there are just attractive people who have good photos and unattractive people that have bad photos." But for girls, it’s not like that at all. Not only that, but it’s one of the oldest cam sites, so you know they are trustworthy. It’s something I experience quite often, and just for being a feminist. For those who do not have any experience with adult Sex Toys, perhaps you haven’t experienced that different kind of high or that magical feeling before. The experience of abuse is extremely subjective, making it difficult to create reliable scales of severity. Online abuse aimed at women ‘celebrities’ is well covered in mainstream media (Bracchi 2013; McNally 2015) and that directed at women engaged in feminist debate has also received coverage. This paper reports findings from a national UK study about experiences of online abuse among women who debate feminist politics. As outlined above, given that it has now been established that there are forms of abusive, threatening and violent online communication towards women, we focus specifically on that phenomenon directed at women who engage in feminist debate online.