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#LetHerSpeak

Last year Alyssa Milano sparked a resurgence in the hashtag #MeToo (originally created by activist Tarana Burke in 2006) encouraging people to talk openly about sexual assault and harassment. Since then, millions of people have come forward with their own experiences, not just in Hollywood, but all over the world. Women everywhere are taking to social media, online publications and newspapers, reclaiming their own stories.

Well, nearly everywhere….

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#LetHerSpeak was written by Maddy Crehan for Rosie.org.au, our go-to feminist guide for navigating your teenage years.

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