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Sharing stories of miscarriage helps women grieve, fight for change [https://goo.gl/x92iVP]

By E. Strauss

www.cnn.com. February 2018

Posting About Miscarriage On Social Media Is Still Stigmatized — Why? [https://goo.gl/6oDuM7]

By A. Manning

www.Romper.com. February 2018

 

Just Putting it Out There — How #MeToo, Awareness Months and Facebook Are Helping Us Heal [https://goo.gl/7xPaEv]

By B. Faulstick

Drexel.edu/now. February 2018

Why Yahoo thinks it may be time to blow up your inbox [https://goo.gl/ufzYwh]

By S. Melendez

www.fastcompany.com. May 2017

 

Instagram has become a place for people with depression to find support, study suggests [https://goo.gl/pGcKnc]
By O. Williams

www.huffingtonpost.co.uk. March 2017

How Instagram users share their #depression stories [https://goo.gl/PrzXVZ]

By A. Manning

www.vocativ.com. Feb 2017

Comment Instagram aide efficacement à lutter contre la #depression [https://goo.gl/lcbZNe]

By X. Ridel

www.slate.fr. Feb 2017

Instagram is good for people with insecurities and depression, says study

[https://goo.gl/4X6W2q]

By M. Parker

www.yahoo.com. Feb 2017

How much do YOU reveal on Instagram? [https://goo.gl/82A5V4]

By S. Liberatore

www.dailymail.co.uk. Feb 2017

#Unfiltered: Instagram has become a haven for people making sensitive and stigmatized self-disclosures [https://goo.gl/huhYTD]

By B. Faulstick

Drexel.edu/now. Feb 2017

Q+A: Real help for ‘fake smiles’ on Instagram [https://goo.gl/yRnuYZ]

By B. Faulstick

Newsblog.drexel.edu. October 21, 2016

Spying and rape threats: Why people use Tor to hide online [https://goo.gl/zI2svh]

By R. Price

Businessinsider.com. October 23, 2016

Just give me some privacy – Anonymous Wikipedia editors and Tor users explain why they don’t want you to know who they are [https://goo.gl/e30aI2]

By B. Faulstick

Drexel.edu/now. October 12, 2016

Internet anonymity allows survivors of sexual abuse to share their stories [https://goo.gl/MBosxn]

By C. Lopresti

www.sovteens.com. April 20, 2016

Hidden in Plain Site [https://goo.gl/q52Ho6]

Drexel University Research Magazine. 2016

Survivors of sexual abuse find support in online anonymity [https://goo.gl/9NPmE6]

By T. Pederson

PsychCentral.com. February 24, 2016

How male rape survivors are finding help online: Researchers find that men use throwaway Reddit accounts to disclose sexual abuse — some for the very first time [https://goo.gl/BREL5d]

By T. Clark-Flory and L. Cullen

Vocativ.com. February 24, 2016

Sexual assault survivors, especially men, find refuge in online anonymity: Drexel study examines anonymous posts about abuse on Reddit [https://goo.gl/cF9EFG]

By S. Lurye

PhillyVoice.com, February 24, 2016