Yesterday, Forbes.com released their annual list of 100 Best Websites For Women. And while I appreciate lists and often peruse them, I usually don’t give them much thought.

But as an avid Forbes reader, I was a bit shocked at one inclusion to the list.

Number 34. GOMI

What is GOMI?

GOMI is a message board community formally titled GET OFF MY INTERNETS which devotes itself to skewering folks across the internet. (And ironically, many of the women it shares placement with on the Forbes list.) Forbes cites GOMI as “the antidote to Mommy blogs. A snarky site that offers endless commentary, criticism and gossip on a web of lifestyle, fashion and mommy bloggers.”

I say that it is a nasty place where bullying is allowed and even condoned.

What in the hell is Forbes thinking? I know some of the people GOMI attacks. These are real people.

REAL. PEOPLE.

Forbes says their 100 Best Websites for Women contains “informative and compelling content and also smart design, engaged communities and a voice that speaks to and for the female reader.”

Well, this female reader does not appreciate Forbes condoning that behavior.

Just sayin’….