William & Mary university student Skylar Culbertson recently wrote an op-ed for The College Fix headlined “I told my peers men cannot have babies. They’ve threatened to kill me because of it.”
In it, Culbertson detailed how her pro-life activism on campus has led to her being doxxed, harassed, threatened and more.
On Tuesday she joined Hot Air‘s Ed Morrisey to further elaborate on the trials she has experienced as a conservative activist on campus:
“I get tons of hate messages,” Skylar says. “My DMs are always full with people just saying the most obscene things to me. And even when we table, it seems that they’re not even willing to have conversations at all. … It is very sad to see.”
Some of this is downright stalking, Skylar relates. “I actually I had to go undercover in the Planned Parenthood group chat that the club that we have on campus,” she says, “and I found that they were actually taking screenshots of my Instagram, just talking about me in there. So I was hoping to get that club unchartered just for doxing and sharing all this personal information about me. So it’s crazy actually,” she says with a laugh.
“Last semester there were several students on this synonymous platform, Yik Yak that were actually posting my location. So whenever they would see me on campus, they would be like, Skyler is here at this coffee shop, she’s at the science center. So I even had to have a security guard for one of my events, just to give a presentation on abortion for one of my classes.”
“It’s kind of crazy, isn’t it,” I ask, “that they have this much free time to track you on campus? What are they doing here?”
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