Brad Wallace January 30, 2015 Tweet about sexism? Go for it - no harmful effects to your wellbeing. Brad Wallace January 30, 2015 OKay - science, Women in STEM, and Twitter. I think this article hits a trifecta for me! Dr Foster explained: “We know women can be badly affected by experiences of sexism and that responding publically can be stressful and risky. This study examined whether using Twitter to respond to sexism could be done in a public way without any negative effects to their wellbeing.”A total of 93 female undergraduate students were randomly assigned to one of three conditions regarding tweeting over a three day period. All participants received information over the three days regarding topical issues around sexism in politics, the media and in universities for them to tweet about. One group was required to tweet publically, another privately and the third group did not tweet at all. They received no instructions regarding the number or the content of tweets they should undertake.