Mobbing, in the context of human beings, means bullying of an individual by a group, in any context, such as a family, peer group, school, workplace, neighborhood, community, or online.
"The world becomes experienced through the weary lens of hyper-vigilance, of never being able to just be. It left some participants feeling like they didn't have a right to exist in public. It is a constant reminder of who public spaces belong to: not you."
"Today most of our research about bullying concentrates on boys. Yet a growing problem in our society is girls who bully. Because bullying in the past was defined by physical violence, we are less aware of the bullying tactics of girls, which can appear covert."
“Cyberbullying has become the latest negative tool in the bully’s toolbox.
Here, the bully can attack, create cliques, gossip, spread rumors, and character-assassinate their target, anonymously.
As a result of the anonymity of the Internet, this relational aggression is particularly toxic.”
Always Victim! Always Vulnerable!
This is why we have women-only spaces, and why I don't want to hear your complaints