A producer tool box can help you spot and identify problematic tweets from women and men.
But it’s also used to harass and intimidate.
Reporter Emma Mcclelland spent weeks trying to find an anti-feminist Twitter bot that could target and harass women who criticize Hollywood, film producers and other prominent figures.
Here are some tips to use it to your advantage.
If you’re targeting women in Hollywood, check out the @feminist_bot Twitter bot.
It’s a bot that identifies and follows women who write negative reviews of female actors.
You can then follow their followers.
And then use that to target and threaten them.
Twitter users can retweet the posts of those women, and the bot will then follow up with messages to try to intimidate them.
The bot also posts screenshots and other information that can help identify and harass those who post critical comments about women in the industry.
Twitter has blocked the account of a producer and her followers, as well as accounts of a number of others, for their actions.
If the target of your abuse is a woman in Hollywood and the account is retweeting criticism of her, check your target’s tweets.
Check out the content of their tweets, whether it’s praise for women in film or a comment about a particular woman in the film industry.
Look for a trend.
When the bot is following you, it can also tweet a link to a tweet from a woman criticizing you, and then follow it.
If that tweet comes from a celebrity, or someone you know, look for their retweet.
And if that link comes from another woman in a prominent position in the entertainment industry, look to see if that person has followed you as well.
Look into who your target is following, and whether or not she’s following you back.
If she follows you back, you might be able to spot and confront her abusive behaviour in the future.
If not, it may be too late.
The next time you’re harassing women, use a hashtag to help you identify who the bot’s followers are, and where they’re coming from.
For example, you could try using the hashtag #feminist and the hashtag feministbot to identify who’s following them.
If it takes you weeks or months to find a bot to target, don’t be surprised if it takes longer for you to find your next target.
In fact, if you’re constantly following and harassing women with a hashtag and hashtag, you’re likely to follow them back.
It might be that the bot doesn’t follow back, or the bot simply doesn’t respond.
It could be that it’s just waiting for you or for someone else to harass you.
Finally, if the bot appears to be following you in real life, use that information to identify them.
Identify them as a woman and see if they’ve been following you.
Then look for other women who have followed them and see what their real names are.
It may help to send them a message.
If your harasser is a high-profile Hollywood executive, you can look to her for advice on how to protect yourself.
Check in with her on Twitter and ask what she’s been up to, what she thinks she should do.
Also, ask her if she’s aware of the anti-harassment policy at the studio that employs her.
The studio could be on its way out and could be the reason why you’ve been harassed.
If so, take the anti_harassment advice you received at the end of the guide you’ve just read and make sure it’s passed along to other people who have been harassed by you.
If anti-women Twitter accounts continue to grow and spread, you may be able get away with posting things like, “I’ll be back in a few months.”
If you get that, it might be worth checking into a bot for that specific harassment.
Antifeminists can do the same thing by posting pictures of themselves or of famous people in a provocative way.
The anti-woman Twitter accounts are only part of a larger anti-female agenda that is taking root, said Emma MCClellAND, a Toronto-based journalist and journalist for the CBC News Network.
The bots, anti-free speech campaigns and misogynist Twitter accounts that have proliferated over the past year and a half have targeted women, many of whom have reported being harassed, and other marginalized groups.
The women targeted have had to use Twitter and other platforms to share their stories and get the message out.
And it has hurt, as they’ve had to put up with harassment and threats.
It was devastating to see the impact of these campaigns, and to see their tactics escalate.
I’ve heard from women who were told, ‘You’re a monster.
You’re a rapist.
You should be in jail.’
It’s been devastating to them.