The hashtag #MeOtis began in late 2015, as women began reporting their experiences of sexual assault on social media.
The movement quickly spread to the political realm, with many of its demands becoming demands for the release of celebrities.
It was a powerful way to demand accountability for what they saw as a systemic problem.
Now, the #WomenEmbraceMe movement is reaching out to women in all walks of life, including people in the tech industry.
The hashtag has taken on a life of its own, with women from Hollywood and beyond using it to express their experiences.
Here are some of the most influential women who have adopted the hashtag:Kim Kardashian West, star of the hit reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, used the hashtag to highlight her own experiences of assault.
“I was a 19-year-old model and I had my first sexual encounter when I was 17,” she wrote on Twitter.
“My rapist was a senior VP of the company that I worked for.
I felt so vulnerable.”
Kardashian also shared her story of how she became the first woman to speak out publicly about sexual assault and abuse.
“When I woke up the next morning, my head was filled with anxiety, my heart was racing, and I felt like my body had been raped,” she told Entertainment Tonight.
“It felt like I had been taken from me.
I had never felt so alone in my life.
I was alone in what I thought was the best part of my life: my life.”
Jennifer Lawrence, best known for her role as a superheroine in the hit Marvel film “Captain America: Civil War,” shared her own story on Twitter of how her career as a model, director and writer led to her first assault.
Her tweet was met with a strong backlash, with the hashtag trending across social media, and she later wrote that she was “not the victim of a serial rapist.”
More than 100 women have shared their stories on social sites, from Twitter to Reddit.
Many of these women have accused men of groping them, touching them inappropriately, and raping them.
Some have been labeled “slut-shaming” and accused of not having the courage to tell their stories.
Many have been called liars and accused their reputations at the hands of men who want them to remain quiet.
But the #MenEmbraceMyMe hashtag has also drawn criticism from some women, particularly those who believe that it is only women who are being targeted.
It is common for men to harass women and to have sexual relationships with them, the hashtag’s creator told CNN, saying it is “common sense” that women should be “empowered.”
The hashtag has gained traction across the globe, with celebrities, musicians, and celebrities from all walks — from actors to political leaders — sharing their experiences on Twitter and Instagram.
In May, The Associated Press reported that there were more than 400,000 tweets in support of #MenForMeremployment, with more than 1.7 million people expressing their support.
The Women EmbraceMe campaign is a way for women to call out the misogyny and male violence that has plagued our society.