How the #YesAllWomen Hashtag Began


In the wake of the Elliot Rodger shooting rampage, many women have turned to Twitter to share their experiences of harassment, fear and sexual assault under the hashtag #YesAllWomen.

Rodger’s premeditated killing spree in Isla Vista, California, claimed the lives of seven people — including his own — with several more injured. He killed two women outside a sorority house, but according to Rodger himself he had planned to “slaughter” several more. Rodger’s YouTube videos and 147-page “manifesto” …

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