As you probably know, someone started a trend where people post “Me too” if they’ve experienced sexual harassment or assault. It’s not a perfect campaign, but I’m glad it happened anyway.
Why? Because it finally gave me an easy way to out myself as a survivor! Continue reading I Finally “Came Out” as a Sexual Assault Survivor!
Trigger warning: Mentions of sexual assault
Most of you probably know by now that a lot of people are reposting the following:
On my Facebook feed, countless people have come forward for the first time. Some just keep it simple by quoting the above text, some tell their stories and some give constructive criticism about the trend.
Some people feel it isn’t enough — that it won’t change anything because people already know it’s a problem. Continue reading “Me Too” is Flawed, But I’m so Glad It’s Happening
One person’s story of getting harassed and how you can handle the situation if you’re experiencing it too
On Twitter right now, women are sharing stories of being sexually harassed at a young age by using the hashtag #WhenIWas. Below is one of my favorite tweets.
Be aware the many of the tweets that use this hashtag carry a trigger warning for descriptions of street harassment, sexual assault, rape, child sexual abuse, victim blaming and more.