In May 2018, I was informed that I was doxxed. I later learned that the discussion thread about me (which contains disgusting things written by users, screenshots of what I've said on social media, and private information such as my previous address, my email, exposure of my dead name, my social media accounts, etc.) was organized by white supremacists, Nazis, and trans-exclusionary radical feminists. I was advised to make my Twitter and Instagram private in order for them to cease harassing me, writing about me, and stalking where I exist on the Internet in terms of social media platforms. When it didn't appear in my Google results (on the first page), I was informed they had stopped and I could go back to public accounts. However, last week I learned the posts have resumed, one of them which was written the day after I had a very important gender affirming surgery. The spectrum of this violence is very wide: slut shaming, transphobia, racism, misgendering, slurs. I also learned of all the material published in the thread, including a NSFW photo of me that was stolen and posted on their website without my consent. I would consider that to be nonsensual pornography. Because I use the Internet to work, I'm certain that this doxxing is playing a role of excluding me from opportunities. I work as a writer, an artist, and a sex worker, and I'm a Black queer trans woman. This is something that I didn't ask for, nor do I deserve. This morning, after a week of knowing more of this information and suffering through three anxiety attacks and bouts of depression, on top of the post-op depression I was already experiencing, I wrote an email stating that I need to postpone my admission to a massage therapy program I was looking forward to. My personal safety and mental health is important to me and I wouldn't be able to concentrate in school knowing that I'm being harassed, stalked, and doxxed on the Internet. I thought it would have gone away, but it hasn't and I really need help. All I want to do is be able to live my life and do my work safely.