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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY CUTIE you are a great idol by your voice and behavior and the great feeling that you always love and support your fans LOVE YOU SO MUCH QUEEN👑👸🏼🎉💙💓🎉✨💖#taylor#swift#taylorswift#happybirthday#love#you#beautiful#cute#voice#reputation#swiftie#swifties#speaknow#fearless#red#tay#timepoy
Men: Raise your voice for this kind of causes.  #repost @heforshe (@get_repost) ・・・ “Men must stand up and say this harassment, this abuse, these assaults are wrong." Thanks @terrycrews for being #heforshe by taking a stand for what is right. #endabuse #silencebreakers #metoo ----------------------------------------------Regram @time: "@terrycrews has a piece of advice for men: “Until men stand up and say this harassment, this abuse, these assaults are wrong, nothing will change.” TIME recognized Crews by naming him one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ #timepoy"
In honor of T-swift's birthday today, we're taking some #inspo from her book! Perspective shapes your overall #experience. Look at all things, big + small, with #positivity. #hbd, @taylorswift! #babb #timepoy
Happy birthday to this ‘Gorgeous’ multi-awarded singer-songwriter, who also happens to be Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ this 2017. 🎂 Taylor Swift turns 28 today. (📸 @mariotestino for @vanityfair) . . . #taylorswift #birthday #happybirthday #mariotestino #photography #vanityfair #awardwinning #singersongwriter #singer #songwriter #timepoy #poy #personoftheyear #silencebreaker
Amen #repost @queerfatfemme ・・・ Repost from @themilitantbaker -  A shout out to Tarana Burke, who started the #metoo movement back in 2006. (Repost @riseupasone) . #riseup #women #womenempowerment #womenempoweringwomen #womenempowered #womenpower #womensmarch #blackwomen #sexualabuse #harassment #timepoy
@taylorswift -  #timepoy
Still such a thrill #thesilencebreakers #personoftheyear #femalesarestrongashell . #repost @wmwyeg (@get_repost) ・・・ #repost @marchonmontreal (@get_repost) ・・・ @time Personne de l'année:  The Silence Breakers ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻 #moiaussi #metoo #droitdesfemmes #womensrights #solidarity #solidarité #timepoy
We are #thesilencebreakers Thank you to everyone who spoke up, I am eternally grateful for you and your support. There is still more work to do and we are not afraid #timepoy #justice #notsurprised2017 #poweroftruth
#repost @naarah_s (@get_repost) ・・・ It’s time to break the silence! 🙏  The Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #timepoy  @milano_alyssa  @selmablair @terrycrews @megyntoday
Reposting @time "@milano_alyssa and @selmablair spoke to TIME about the importance of teaching boys from a young age to respect others. Milano and Blair are among the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME." #timepoy
#timepoy  EVERY WORD HAS CONSEQUENCES, EVERY SILENCE, TOO.  The silence breakers 👊🏻 #timemagazine #silencebreakers #harrassment #womenempowerment #nomoresilence #speakup
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ Dana Lewis and Crystal Washington are two of the seven current and former employees of New York City's Plaza Hotel who filed a suit against the hotel for “normalizing and trivializing sexual assault” among employees there. "It's going to affect you whether you report it or not. So you might as well get justice and you might as well report it for yourself, for other people that may be going through it. Speak out, have a voice. That's what I'm doing," says Washington. (Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, which owns the Plaza, said it takes remedial action against harassment when warranted.) TIME honored the Plaza Hotel Plaintiffs as the Silence Breakers, TIME's Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #timepoy
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ @terrycrews has a piece of advice for men: “Until men stand up and say this harassment, this abuse, these assaults are wrong, nothing will change.” TIME recognized Crews by naming him one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ #timepoy
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ Megyn Kelly (@megyntoday) spoke to TIME about the new reality for women. "I think women are starting to believe we don’t have to just live like this. I always thought maybe things could change for my daughter—I never thought things could change for me." TIME recognized Kelly by naming her one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment.  Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #timepoy
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ Adama Iwu, a corporate lobbyist in San Francisco, organized 147 women to sign an open letter exposing harassment in California government. When she told people about the campaign, she says they were wary. "Are you sure you want to do this? This is your career." they warned her. "Remember Anita Hill.” This campaign led to a state-senate investigation. TIME recognized Iwu by naming her one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ #timepoy
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ @ashley_judd spoke to TIME about the importance of speaking out. “It is a sociopolitical, cultural, gender revolution. And every single person’s act of resistance, small and large, has contributed to making it possible.” TIME recognized Judd by naming her one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ #timepoy
Happy Birthday TAYLOR. ❤💋 ITS YOUR DAY MY GIRL. 🔥 GO GET 'EM! ❤  Fanboy? FUCK YEAH. 😍 Was in love with your songs, still am in love with your music. ❤ Keep breaking the silences. 🔪 Wish you could see this but, oh well. 😌  KEEP UP THE GOOD MUSIC💞 KEEP ON SUCCEEDING 🔥 KEEP SHOCKING THE FANS WITH THE HITS NO ONE EXPECTS. 💋  LOVE YOU. 🌸 -Your biggest fan.  #timepoy  #swiftieforlife
#repost @time (@get_repost) ・・・ Tarana Burke (@fortyisthenew40) created the Me Too movement in 2006 to encourage young women to show solidarity with one another. It went viral this year after actor @milano_alyssa used the hashtag #metoo. “It is powerful, but it’s soft. Me Too can be a conversation starter or it can be the whole conversation.” TIME recognized Burke by naming her one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ #timepoy
Getting it in advance in my school library 😍😇 #time #timepoy #6daysearlier
This year’s ‘Person of the Year’ by TIME (@time) goes to #metoo movement that has emerged spontaneously as a global reaction to sexual violence against women, malaise under the media spotlight especially since the investigation against the Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Rather than tied to specific leaders or ideologies, #metoo binds through the common experience of pain, fear, and coerced silence. Serving as a channel to denounce abuse, violence, and humiliations suffered by people all over the world, the movement has declared game over for the male gaze, rape culture, and sexual assault. The silence’s been broken, and the voice of those trapped beneath its surface’s been reclaimed.  On the cover of TIME, from left, are Isabel Pascual, Adama Iwu, Ashley Judd (@ashley_judd), Susan Fowler (@susanthesquark), Taylor Swift (@taylorswift), and a hospital worker who preferred remaining anonymous. Their stories gave millions of people courage to speak up and call their perpetrators out. For example, during a march in Los Angeles, following the unveiling of Harvey Weinstein’s past, Isabel Pascual, whose name was changed to protect her family, spoke out about harassment in agriculture. “I was afraid. When the man was harassing me, he threatened to harm my children and me – that’s why I kept quiet. I felt desperate, I cried and cried. But, thank God, my friends in the fields support me. So I said, Enough. I lost the fear. It doesn’t matter if they criticize me. I can support other people who are going through the same thing,” Pascual said in an interview with TIME.  By Natalia Koper for Diálogos Journal. . . . #balancetonporc #yotambien #timepoy #personoftheyear #endviolence #empowerment #womenempowerment #humanrights #womensrights #inclusion #discrimination #oppression #democracy #genderequality #unwomen #gendergap #economicopportunity #unwomen #genderparity #harveyweinstein

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