In light of recent events in Hollywood, women all over the world are uniting and speaking out against sexual harassment and abuse.

Alyssa Milano recently

posted this on twitter:

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As a result, thousands of women around the world are changing their status to #metoo, in order to shed light on the extent of the sexual harassment and abuse issue. If you have been sexually harassed or abused, spread the word. Reblog/tweet/post this article OR change your Twitter/Facebook status to #metoo. (Or simply comment Me Too to this article.)

To see the main article, follow this link: #MeToo: Women Speak Up on Sexual Harassment

Places that can help:

National Sexual Violence Resource Center Hotline 


Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN)

National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Safe Helpline for Sexual Assault Support

for the DoD Community


If you or someone you love has been the victim of sexual harassment, sexual assault, abuse or rape, here is a list of websites that can help:

  1. A voice for the innocent
  2. Only with consent
  3. One Student
  4. Not alone
  5. It Happened to Alexa Foundation
  6. National Center on Domestic and Sexual Abuse
  7. Pandora’s Project
  8. Take back the night
  9. The Voices and Faces Project
  10. Victim Connect Resource Center
  11. Yes I Can
  12. National alliance to end sexual abuse
  13. End rape on campus
  14. The joyful heart foundation
  15. Abuse is real
  16. Safe horizon
  17. Women’s freedom center
  18. Paving the way
  19. National center on domestic and sexual violence
  20. Love is respect



9 thoughts on “#MeToo: Women Speak Up on Sexual Harassment

  1. It’s sad but also amazing how many #metoo’s I’ve been seeing on social media. I’m sure every woman/girl has experienced sexual harassment at least once in her life, and so many more women than I thought have experienced sexual assault. It’s disturbing, but I love that social media is bringing it to light and letting women know they’re not alone.


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