These Musicians Have Come Forward to Say 'Me Too'
    • TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2017

    • Posted by: Annie Brinich

    You may have seen the words "me too" buzzing around Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You may have posted them yourself. The words are part of a massive social media campaign to bring awareness to the pervasiveness of sexual assault and harassment in our society. Women and men from all spheres have been posting the words, sometimes with context, and sometimes without, in order to demonstrate the extent to which people are affected by sexual violence.

    The posts began after a story broke about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's alleged rape and sexual assault of an extremely large number of women in the entertainment industry. This week, Bjork stepped forward to speak about her experiences with sexual harassment at the hands of Danish director Lars Von Trier, and Real Estate and Ducktails guitarist Matt Mondanile was accused by a number of women of inappropriate sexual conduct.

    If you have posted a "Me too" status and want to know that you are not alone, or if you are unsure about the extent to which sexual violence permeates in all social and professional spheres, here are TK musicians who have posted "Me too" to their social media.






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