I have a different take on this “me too” thing. I do not believe for a second that posting “me too” on social media, where your boss, your acquaintances, and your neighbors can learn this deeply personal part of your past, does one thing to create a sense of unity for anyone victimized by sexual harassment. In fact, I believe the entire thing just further divides humanity. What an inane gesture of supposed solidarity. Why any woman would want to publicly announce her victim status is beyond me. Remember how humans operate: tell someone you are sick on social media. People think, wow, poor so-and-so is sick! (a.k.a…weakened, since this is the evolutionary mind we are dealing with, not everyone is ‘woke’…). A year could pass, that sick person could get well, but the thought laid from many minds on that soul is one of continued illness and decay, even if the sick one is healed. Thoughts are energy, whether it comes from others or our own minds, and the thoughts that we think attract what comes to us. Mentally, humans collect data on people. We assess them according to our own beliefs, good or bad, and what we are told during our lifetimes. No one processes the same information the same way. Why should women actively set themselves up like that, to be thought of as someone who was victimized, even if it was through no fault of their own? Empowerment is about moving forth, not swamping in the tar pits of our pasts. I’m disgusted by this whole social media hype to lull people into a false sense of ‘it’s okay, share your deepest darkest secrets here, we will support you.” It’s not true. That is not how most humans operate. It just gives people an opportunity to lurk and learn private information about individuals that does not need to be shared. I believe that it is best for your higher Self to keep your personal drama in your household. (Unless you are writing a book or doing something productive to take the bad experience that what has happened to you to share it for a greater cause). We should show the public our strong sides to inspire people, not mindlessly share intimate details about ourselves online for no reason whatsoever. Sexual harassment is a human condition, not a gender issue. This ‘me too’ campaign…which was started by celebrities, to whom all publicity is good publicity as long as their name is in print…puts all men in a poor light and further divides us. If anything good could come from this odd bandwagon, I think men who have not ever considered sexually harassing women should start posting “Not it!” Not really, because that is creating yet another bandwagon, but I hope that you understand I am not trying to be cold, unfeeling, or even lessen what men and women have experienced throughout the ages regarding sexual harassment. Writing ‘me too’ on your social media platforms will not do one thing to change that in the future, for anyone. People are people, bad things happen, and rising above it is what offers hope and inspiration to others, whether anyone ever learns the dark details of your past or not.