The Visibility Trap: Nowhere for women to hide in social media’s hall of mirrors

Mary McGill’s timely study highlights how women are constantly watched and judged in the digital world, often without their knowledge or consent

18th July, 2021
The Visibility Trap: Nowhere for women to hide in social media’s hall of mirrors
Author Mary McGill. Picture: Julia Dunin Photography

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The Visibility Trap: Sexism, Surveillance and Social Media

By Mary McGill

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