If you are active on social media, you must see the hashtags #Metoo, #HowIwillchange viral on social media including, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and other platforms. Alyssa Milano is an American Actress start a campaign for those who have been sexually assaulted or harassed, they must re-tweet with ‘Me too’. You can also read about the #Metoo here.
After hashtag #Metoo, Australian journalist Benjamin Law tweeted on 21st October 2017 on Twitter and start the campaign with #howiwillchange hashtag, he said,
Benjamin Law tweeted on 21st October 2017 on Twitter
Guys, it’s our turn.
— Benjamin Law 🌈 (@mrbenjaminlaw) October 16, 2017
Now the one more hashtag viral on social media #ItWasMe. #ItWasMe for those who took responsibility for Rape Culture. People share the stories with the #itwasme hashtags on Twitter Facebook or Instagram. A women posted on Facebook, She said,
I’m pretty sure I don’t have a female friend who hasn’t been through this. I also have plenty of male friends who have been through it, I’m hearing it most from my entertainer friends… The casting couch is an old tradition. And it’s disgusting.
A Call To Action!
#ItWasMe because men need to take charge of their actions no matter what, it’s never acceptable to make anyone uncomfortable. 1/2
— Kevin Lane (@KevinTheLane) October 18, 2017
Kudos to the men (and women) posting #itwasme … so important that this is happening!
— Nichole Hastings (@nicholehastings) October 18, 2017
— Andrew F. Herrmann (@ComDoc_H) October 18, 2017
#Itwasme, I have been a part of the problem, and hope to be a part of the solution.
— Matt Bennett (@CulturalSuccess) October 18, 2017
— Ben Rispin (@BenjaminRispin) October 17, 2017
— Michael John Simpson (@sayntmykl) October 17, 2017
I’ve done things I am ashamed of and deeply regret, and wish I could take back, and I’ve stood silently by. Never again. I admit, #itwasme
— Kalle Blixt Hagholm (@NoratorSignal) October 16, 2017
#itwasme and I was a piece of shit. I can’t take it back, and no apology is enough. I can only work to be a better human.
— Andrew Ellis (@astoellis) October 17, 2017
I posted this earlier on FB & assumed it was an obvious statement. Apparently not.
— Eric Olsen (@e_olsen) October 16, 2017
I pushed people close to me past their comfort zones. Ignored their boundaries. Took a long time to fully grasp “No.” I’m sorry. #ItWasMe
— \witchybrand (@weeabread) October 16, 2017