#metoo --- if all women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote "me too" as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.
For me, the most notable moment was the man who took out his dick and rubbed it to my back/butt in the subway in #paris . This happened almost 10 years ago but I still really dont like crowded subways and always watch my back, not for pickpocketers but for harassers.
And of course there was all the completley unnecessary touches by men "just passing behind" at a bar, the countless times I've been told to smile because "you dont look pretty when you frown" and the whistles and hisses on the streets in Havana, Brussels, Amsterdam and everywhere. Or the boy who pinched my butt in class, in 4th grade.
The fact that my boyfriend is frightened and amazed when I tell him about these things tells me that modt definately not all men think this is normal, but also that this #endthesilence movement is right and that we should speak out more.