More men are increasingly filling up women’s online spaces, and women are reclaiming the spaces in which they can share their stories, and make their voices heard.
A recent survey by online publication Women’s Forum 2020 found that more than half of online users have found themselves on a women’s networking site, with one in five women online saying they have a Facebook group or website dedicated to networking, according to the survey.
The survey also found that women online are using platforms to connect with one another, including online forums, where they can exchange ideas, share tips and share resources.
And some men are taking control of the space in which women can share stories.
In response to a recent survey conducted by The Atlantic and Women’s Media Center, more than one-third of women online said they have used a platform like Facebook to share their story.
And while Facebook is still dominated by men, the number of men on the platform has been growing, according an analysis of data from the company by the Women’s Political Caucus.
In addition to a large number of women, more men are participating online, too.
In a 2016 survey by Pew Research, more women than men online said Facebook has been their primary online community, while more men than women said Google+ was their primary social network.
And more than a third of women and two-thirds of men said they use Twitter.
And according to The Atlantic’s survey, more of the women who use social media platforms say they do so for their own personal reasons.
Only 17 percent of women who participated in the survey said they are doing so to connect more directly with their peers.
Men are also using their online platforms to spread their own messages, as well.
According to a Pew Research study from 2014, almost half of American adults said they feel they are more likely to use a platform for expressing their views than their peers do.
And Pew’s study found that many people who say they use platforms to express themselves online say they also have platforms for expressing themselves offline.
And that can mean one thing: Men are being more active online, and they are taking the spaces where they share their ideas and sharing their stories to new heights.