Anti-Harassment Figurehead Has History Of Calling Women ‘C**ts’

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A chief advocate for an anti-harassment campaign has an extensive history of calling women “cunts” and insulting their physical appearances.

Video game streamer and voice actress Natalie Casanova serves as a consultant, host and spokeswoman for Bully Hunters, a “vigilante hit squad of elite female gamers” dedicated to rooting out harassment in the PC game “CounterStrike: Global Offensive,” according to PC Gamer. But Casanova, herself, has made several comments that could be construed as harassment.

“Since she’s a c**t, I’ll say it how it is – no boobs and homely as f**k,” Casanova said on Twitter after describing a situation in which she allegedly told another gamer that streaming video games in a sports bra was against Twitch’s terms of service. The other user purportedly proceeded to “talk s**t to [Cassandra] and about Twitch.”

Casanova posted a video to Twitter in 2017 with the caption “triggered by women having boobs on Twitch? Get over it.” Another woman said that female gamers prominently featuring their breasts would naturally precipitate feedback on their breasts and called Casanova a “jelly bean.”

“Typical flimsy c**t [trying] to fatshame [sic] a woman [with] curves…so pathetic dude,” Casanova replied. “I feel bad you’ll never have the boobs you so clearly want! Bye!”

 “Clicked [your] profile [and] saw your pics,” she continued. “On second thought, maybe it’s my chin/jawline/lips you’re so jealous of. You’re definitely lacking.”

What annoys Casanova is not always easily discernible.

“I don’t think I’ve ever been this mad in my entire life,” the streamer said in 2016. “F**k everything, stupid f**king ass b**ch c**t s**t f**k piece of actual s**t.”

Bully Hunters is backed by the National Organization for Women and the Diverse Gaming Coalition.

The team “will not purposely incite or encourage additional harassment or abuse, and will only engage with harassers through gameplay, eliminating them from the game using their skills and talent,” a representative told PC Gamer.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to Casanova for comment but received none in time for press.

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