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- Talk Online Misoginy, Pakistan + (A Call To Action: Online Misogyny in Pakis … A Call To Action: Online Misogyny in Pakistan, and How to Combat It: A discussion with Susan Benesch of The Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, Nighat Dad of Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan and Nabiha Meher Shaikh of Pakistan Feminist Watch. This last week, the spectre of misogyny vomited its vitriol all over social media. However, this time many women (and some men) chose to fight back. What followed was a pattern of abuse that has become a trademark of online misogyny: slut shaming, rape threats, and abuse directed towards women in general. Whilst many online misogynists attempt to defend their hate under the banner of free speech, ultimately its effect is to shrink safe spaces available to women. This discussion aims to address questions about not just making the internet more women-friendly, but also creating female-dominated space online in the form of counter-culture.ace online in the form of counter-culture.)