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In Hollywood, men United against sexual violence, urging other men to take responsibility for what is happening, says The Hollywood Reporter.
In an open letter to actors, writers and producers, including the star of the show “Friends” David Schwimmer, supported survivors of harassment of women, males and those who have not made their floors.
“Most sexual crimes is made by men, — the statement says. — Therefore it is the duty of each of us is to convey to their friends and colleagues that sexual harassment is unacceptable, not only in Hollywood, but everywhere.”
Celebrity also has launched a campaign under the hashtag #AskMoreOfHim (“Ask for more”), directed against harassment. It resonates with similar movements in support of victims of sexual violence #MeToo (“Me too”) and #sUp Time (“Time’s up”).
Use the hashtags #MeToo #sUp Time use in social networks, those who have experienced sexual harassment and violence, and want to support the victims. #MeToo is widespread in October 2017, after the Hollywood actress accused of harassment producer Harvey Weinstein.
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