It appears as if incredible Charmed personalities think alike. Alyssa Milano, similar to her kindred Charmed alumna, Rose McGowan has taken to online networking to bring issues to light of inappropriate behavior and ambush in her own particular manner.
In the wake of the greater part of the affirmations surfacing in Hollywood, the performing artist began #MeToo on Twitter to put a truly necessary focus on the issue.
The “Me Too” development was at first propelled by dissident Tarana Burke, who began metoo.support, a site that upheld and opened up the voices of survivors of sexual manhandle, strike, and misuse.
Milano utilized the “Me Too” hashtag with an end goal to energize ladies who have been sexually pestered as well as attacked to advance forward and answer to her tweet to “give individuals a feeling of the extent of the issue.
The hashtag turned into a slanting theme on the online networking stage as a great many clients brought issues to light and gave declarations of their stories.
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
— Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) October 16, 2017
Ladies in the business that reacted included Gabrielle Union, Lady Gaga, Insecure performer Natasha Rothwell, Insecure author/maker Amy Aniobi, One Day At A Time co-showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett, Take My Wife on-screen character Rhea Butcher and entertainer on-screen character Charlyne Yi.
— Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) October 15, 2017
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 15, 2017
— Gloria Calderón Kellett (@everythingloria) October 16, 2017
— Amy Aniobi (@janiobi) October 16, 2017
— Natasha Rothwell (@natasharothwell) October 15, 2017
— Rhea “get rid of Nazis on here” Butcher 🇵🇷 (@RheaButcher) October 16, 2017
If all women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed spoke up, we might have a better idea of how big & damaging this problem is. #MeToo
— Charlyne Yi (@charlyne_yi) October 16, 2017