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The hashtag #MeToo went viral on social media platforms last week, with people using it to speak out against sexual harassment and assault in the wake of the allegations made against disgraced U.S. film mogul Harvey Weinstein. In a tweet posted on Oct. 15, actor Alyssa Milano asked women who have been harassed or assaulted to use the hashtag to “give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”

While the campaign has yet to attract much attention in Japan, a handful of Twitter users posted their own thoughts alongside the hashtag, including the following:

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