While the power of anonymity the internet provides guarantees that everyone can be a target of harassment, women seem to be attacked more on social media. Those attacks have escalated these past months on Twitter, in particular, that's why non-profit org Women, Action and the Media (WAM) has joined forces with the microblogging site to address the issue. Now, anyone who's experiencing gendered harassment can use WAM's new Twitter Harassment Reporting tool to submit a detailed complaint. Through the tool, a complainant can make sure the website knows exactly what kind of abuse she's experiencing, such as impersonation, racism, sexism, (homophobic/transphobic) hate speech, doxxing, rape/death threats, and revenge porn among other things. And yes, all these happen in real life -- just look at these vitriolic tweets Buzzfeed compiled for starters.