So this campaign is all over right now. In many countries. For better and for worse. How many times are women supposed to be forced to tell their stories until something is done about the main problem????? 97% of sexual offenders are men. So if 100 people are raped on a day, 97 of them are women, and 97 of the rapists are men. When is it time for men to discuss these issues with other men? When will the focus shift from the victims to the offenders? I know for sure that there are men who sexually harrass (or step over the line in some way) people are actually unaware that that is what they are doing! Some guys don't realize that touching a woman's stomach, breast or thigh is inappropriate. That it's just some innocent petting or a perfectly ok way of flirting. I see many women that I know writing "me too" on social media this week. I am one of those who wrote this hashtag on my social media accounts, as I have been subjected as well. More than once. By more than just one man. And I've felt shame - enough so that I kept quiet about it for years. I, like so many others, honestly believed that it wasn't common, that it we were alone. So we kept quiet. Until a few years ago when being open about it didn't feel shameful anymore. Ever since then, it's been about the victims telling their stories - over and over. Society didn't change. Why is it that some people think they have the right to grope, rape, harrass or taunt others in sexual ways? What is wrong with our society???