Not just women who may have 'public vouces'. The links I gave don't have a comprehensive list, just a bit of context. Other posts on this thread also give examples and context. Silencing and not being heard are very big and interlinked topics.So it's about attempts to silence, abuse and harass women who have public voices and platforms...academics, politicians, businesswoman, in the media, etc?
I contributed some starting points which I found interesting. I don't understand the whole picture partly because so much of women's experience is unsaid or unheard.