The I Don't Know How She Does It star told Stylist that she dislikes the "reckless abandon" with which people are unkind to each other.
Parker said: "I'm criticised all the time. I'm not even circumspect about it.
"The idea of it all is very painful because I think, 'How can they make assumptions about me that are so untrue?'."
Parker added: "Proper film or theatre criticism is part of what I do; I don't read them but I don't begrudge a critic an opinion. But personal criticism I find distasteful.
"We think it's funny to be mean and women say awful things about other women and use terrible language and call each other awful names. It's so uncivilised and vulgar; it's not good for our souls."
Earlier this month, Parker admitted that she was "outraged" by claims that she had objected to being called up for jury duty, when in fact she had served several times in the past .
The actress recently said that she is "desperately worried" that people may think she ever abuses her position as a celebrity.
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