...If you don't feel comfortable with announcing that you're a survivor or sharing your story, that doesn't make you any less valid or strong. Maybe you can say, "Me too" more than five, ten, twenty times. I'm here as a gentle reminder that it was never your fault, you are not a product that has gone bad, and you are so worthy of love, respect, and feeling safe. I've heard mixed things about this movement, but for me I feel like I have gained more power having announced that this has happened to me yet I still move forward every day fighting for others who can say the same. Some fucking scumbags aren't going to slow me down or scare me. Me too makes me feel like I'm in a huge circle holding hands with other women coming forward and even those who are not, but can maybe find some sort of weird comfort in knowing they're not alone, at the very least. I will never know every woman's exact emotions and feelings you battle with or have overcome as a survivor, but I can listen, empathize, and support you, my fellow, "me too".