Now Men Are Responding To #MeToo, With #HowIWillChange Tweets

Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo has also joined the #HowIWillChange campaign,which is way for men to publicly commit to actionable change against cultures of sexual violence.

The #HowIWillChange was created by Australian journalist and screenwriter  Benjamin Law.“Guys, it’s our turn,” Law tweeted. “After yesterday’s endless #MeToo stories of women being abused, assaulted and harassed, today we say #HowIWillChange.”

The “Me Too” campaign recently started after actress Alyssa Milano wrote a call-out on Twitter asking followers to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault using the phrase “Me too.”

Women in India also started saying #MeToo, sharing stories of sexual misconduct that ranged from sexual harassment to rape. The act of sharing stories and realizing how many women have had similar experiences

And the campaign flooded out to Facebook too

As #MeToo stories flooded social media, many women began asking men what they were going to do to address rape culture. Law’s #HowIWillChange allowed men to do just that. “I will never Cat call a woman again” tweeted  Mark Ruffalo , says it’s neither cool or compliment to cat call a woman. Here is his tweet along with others who took a part in the campaign:

Unlike the #MeToo hashtags, the #HowIWillChange hashtags haven’t set its pace in India yet. Let’s see what actions Indian men are going to take in order to put an end to this sexual violations.

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