On Facebook, women are posting “me too" to indicate that we’re a survivor of sexual assault. The point is to fill the feeds with “me too" to make the overwhelming size of the problem known.
Me too. Me too. Me too.
We tear ourselves open and put our trauma on display and make it our responsibility for you to see us, to hear us, to pay attention. It's a gruesome form of solidarity that we shouldn't have to do for you to believe what we tell you. The looks, the words, the touches, the violence. Because we were there, because they could, because it was fun, because it was easy. Because you let them. By your silence, your inaction, your denial. By your complicity.
It's on you too.