Me Too – ‘To me too’
Me Too movementFollowing the Me Toocampaign, (‘To me too’) several celebrities are talking publicly about their stories of sexual harassment in order to prevent more young people from going through the same situation.
On Sunday, the Me Toocampaign “To me too”, intended to expose sexual harassment and assault, was reactivated on social networks after a tweet by actress Alyssa Milano.
It spread quickly
If you have been sexually assaulted or harassed, write “Me too” in response to this message.
The actress America Ferrera, 33, broke the silence in a publication through Instagram revealing that she was sexually harassed by an older man at 9 years of age.
“The first time I remember being sexually assaulted was 9 years old,” he wrote. “I did not tell anyone and I lived with shame and guilt thinking all the time that I, a 9-year-old girl, was in some way responsible for the actions of an adult man.”
American actress Reese Witherspoon, meanwhile, recently gave her testimony of sexual assault in Hollywood at age 16.
“[I feel] real disgust with the director who attacked me when I was 16 and angry with the agents and producers who made me feel that I was conditioned to keep quiet about my work,” he revealed at an Ellemagazine event.
The actress and author of the book We’re Gonna Need More Wine spoke openly on Good Morning America (ABC) about her experience of being raped while working in a shoe store.
He also said on Twitter: “Reminder. I was raped at work in a Payless store. He had a long tunic and a lycra, so he does not apply ‘conservative to wear’.”
The actress also responded to the campaign and added a message about the magnitude of the campaign.
“Very omnipresent … Me too”.
Lawrence was part of the Women in Hollywood event at Elle magazine, where she gave her testimony: “a producer told me that I should use pictures of my nude as inspiration for [dieting].”