Thank you for the reference and key findings of the European Parliament Report on hate speech online against women, Carmen.
In adition I woul like to share another source, an important research by Amnesty International
The Twitter Scorecard: TRACKING TWITTER’S PROGRESS IN ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AND ABUSE AGAINST WOMEN ONLINE.
One of its main conclusions states that:
«The persistent abuse women face on the platform undermines their right to express themselves
equally, freely and without fear. This abuse is highly intersectional, women from ethnic or religious
minorities, marginalized castes, lesbian, bisexual or transgender women – as well as non-binary
individuals – and women with disabilities are targets for abuse.»