...or my mentioning it. (L. Mollica is identified at the site as a trans woman.) The intellectual level of their response speaks for itself.
(And don't worry, L. Mollica, calling someone a "bully," is not defamatory as I've explained before: " in our era of cyber-cry-babies, the label 'bullying' is so widely abused (for reasons usefully elucidated here) that it increasingly looks like an opinion...not a shorthand for a factual statement about conduct." In this case, it's not even an opinion, but more like a non-cognitive term expressing something like, "Brian Leiter says things I don't like, and does it all the time, and he doesn't understand he's not supposed to say those things and I'm so mad about it" etc..)