Alyssa Milano, an American actress, and producer, has started a movement on Twitter after her tweet this Sunday . In her tweet, she wrote that the women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed should step forward and retweet with ‘Me too’.
If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet. pic.twitter.com/k2oeCiUf9n
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 15, 2017
Including Pakistani women, women from all around the world retweeted with their story, bravely stepping forward and telling the world about their inhumane harassers.
Her tweet, at the time of writing, has 23,140 retweets and 48,147 likes. #Metoo has been trending and people from all over the world are using it to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault.
#Metoo has been the top Twitter trend in Pakistan all Monday.
Let's build a world where women's sexual harassment in public places in Pakistan isn't internalized as a culture norm! #MeToo
— Zahra Zamir (@ZamirZahra) October 17, 2017
— Azeema Cheema (@AzeemaCheema) October 16, 2017
#MeToo Being told by a reporter that he'll only carry a story if I "got a drink with him at 11 pm." I didn't go. He didn't run the story.
— Rimmel Mohydin (@Rimmel_Mohydin) October 16, 2017
During early years of my career I was fired from work on disciplinary grounds for standing up to the CEO harassing a colleague. #MeToo
— Nudrrat Khawaja (@NudrratKhawaja) October 16, 2017
I was a kid and didn't know what was happening. I didn't know who to talk to about it.
— Hina Tabassum (@KhatriHina) October 16, 2017
I daily gt harassment msgs in my inbox just because i'm Pashtun & tv actor which is the main reason those stereotyped people hate me #MeToo
— Sehar Shinwari (@SeharShinwari) October 16, 2017
a guy once asked me on facebook if i was pregnant as i was a fat kid and went on abusing my body. i didnt eat for days after that #MeToo
— sadghetti (@peechachordo) October 16, 2017
I remember 2 salesmen at a shop in Dubai who winked+sang @ me fearlessly for 20 min, kept following me & asked me to “come upstairs” with em
— Imaan Sheikh 🌈 STH • Saare Thulle Harami (@sheikhimaan) October 16, 2017
Instead of writing "me too" on your FB walls and twitter feeds, find your harasser and write "you too" on his.
— Bina Shah (@BinaShah) October 16, 2017