Social media is flooded with #MeToo posts. It all started with a tweet by @Alyssa Milano starting a campaign to encourage the survivors of sexual harassment and assault to come forward and give voice to what they have been through.
If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”
Within 20 minutes, it had gotten 10,000 replies. As of Tuesday, it has 61,000 — and counting. Initially, it had #MeToo hashtags, but now people have gone beyond simple, written tweets.
Here are some unique #MeToo posts:
— wanheda 🎃 (@queerality) October 18, 2017
— hoecus pocus🕷 (@perksofcayla) October 18, 2017
Teach women not to rape.
Teach women not to molest.
Teach women to respect other people’s sexual autonomy.
Spread the word. #MeToo
— Based Sheila (@BasedSheila) October 18, 2017
This girl presented a beautiful message for all the girls through her song:
— MalyndaHale (@MalyndaHale) October 18, 2017
- “posted [and] deleted a few times”
— Colleen Ciszek (@LittlestCiszek) October 18, 2017
Sexual assault is not limited. This tweet of a deaf girl will leave you teary-eyed.
— Marlee Matlin (@MarleeMatlin) October 18, 2017
Sexual harassment is not a small thing. It can hurt the person very deep. These women coming together against sexual harassment and assault is a big step. Stay Strong!