Jill Gallenstein, who wrote on Facebook about her experience with sexual assault, in Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 2016. “This is RAPE CULTURE — the cultural conditioning of men and boys to feel entitled to treat women as objects,” she said. When she first posted the message “tweet me your first assaults” on Twitter, Kelly Oxford, a social media powerhouse, didn’t expect many replies. She got millions.
Jill Gallenstein, who wrote on Facebook about her experience with sexual assault, in Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 2016. “This is RAPE CULTURE — the cultural conditioning of men and boys to feel entitled to treat women as objects,” she said. When she first posted the message “tweet me your first assaults” on Twitter, Kelly Oxford, a social media powerhouse, didn’t expect many replies. She got millions. Emily Berl The New York Times
Jill Gallenstein, who wrote on Facebook about her experience with sexual assault, in Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 2016. “This is RAPE CULTURE — the cultural conditioning of men and boys to feel entitled to treat women as objects,” she said. When she first posted the message “tweet me your first assaults” on Twitter, Kelly Oxford, a social media powerhouse, didn’t expect many replies. She got millions. Emily Berl The New York Times