#WomenBoycottTwitter to show support for those harassed on the social media platform
Friday, 13 October 2017 A 24-hour boycott of Twitter Inc. by women is underway in what organizers and prominent participants say is an effort to show support for women who have been harassed on the social media platform.
The hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter, created in response to the recent temporary suspension of actress...
The popular hashtag, #WomenBoycottTwitter is taking the internet by storm today. The boycott began after actress Rose McGowan's account was locked while detailing Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein’s misconduct. The social media platform claimed they suspended her account after she posted a...
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