When you report Sophie M. Herold…
…for her activities on Tumblr or any other blogging site, some magic words to use are that’s she’s illegally sharing “personally identifiable private information”. Not that she’s posting hate. But “personally identifiable private information”. Most sites have something about that in their terms of service, because many countries have something about that in their laws.
Therefore, unlike such trivial matters as lethal hatred and basic human decency, caring about them is not optional. If you can check a site’s terms of service and find where it specifically contravenes using the service to share such information, that’s a bonus.
You can say that she’s putting your life in danger. You can say that she’s inciting hate crimes against you. Say those things, emphatically. But you also have to make the site understand why that’s their problem.
If she has reposted a picture, you can also send the hosting site a DMCA takedown notice. This is the tool the big corporations use to have content removed from websites and in theory it works for us, too. Some free blogging sites even have their own fill-in-the-blank web forms for doing so. Do not abuse DMCA takedown notices to try to have her whole site taken down - you can only lodge a complaint for your own content (i.e., pictures.)Note also that things like your address, orientation, or physical description are not intellectual property. You can’t send a DMCA notice about those things. Sites will terminate an account that generates a lot of legitimate notices.