Originally from New Brunswick, her journalism career has taken her from Nova Scotia to Fort Mc Murray.Share your stories with Wallis at [email protected] shudders with fear every time the buzzer in her apartment sounds, terrified the next stranger at the door looking for sex won't take no for an answer.On the other hand, seven per cent of young men reported they had been stalked, and 13 per cent had experienced online sexual harassment.The Pew poll had a margin of error of 2.4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20."But that's a fake profile my ex has set up to get back at me. But the unwelcome visits have become so unbearable the woman is moving to a new apartment to try to escape the harassment."Thank God, they've all been pretty decent," she said of the strangers who have come to her building.And even though procreation is off the table, I picked up clear signals from the women I met online that the meter is running, so it’s best to get on with things.
"It's scary." Research indicates that women and girls tend to be the primary targets of some forms of cyber violence."He was a very, very abusive man," she said, "and I've been trying to get away from him for a while." A few days after she took out an emergency restraining order against him, she said, she got a threatening email.He vowed that if she "didn't do the right thing" he would start sending men to her house.Plenty of Fish does have a strict anti-harassment policy, and multiple ways for users to report abusive or fraudulent profiles.
However, the company spokesperson declined to provide further comment on what processes are in place to prevent fake profiles, or what happens when complaints are flagged to police.
She has called and messaged the company numerous times, she said, but has received no direct response.