David Arquette, Justin Baldoni, Matt McGorry, David Schwimmer, Don McPherson and more joined the #AskMoreOfHim campaign with an open letter to support survivors of sexual harassment, abuse, and assault.
As Jessica Chastain said, “I hold hope that as this letter circulates, more of my male colleagues will sign and support the hashtag #AskMoreOfHim. We all benefit from a healthy work environment, free from abuse.” Sexism and gender inequality hurts everyone. #AskMoreOfHim encourages men to be powerful voices for change within male culture while highlighting the existing anti-sexist men’s work in the U.S. and around the world.
It's time we #AskMoreofHim. Men must speak out against sexism. https://t.co/FE2kxzPjw6 pic.twitter.com/BVTrAZ7zpI
— Miss Representation (@RepresentPledge) March 2, 2018
How Hollywood men can lead #AskMoreOfHim campaign (guest column) https://t.co/lAYN4dzAbI pic.twitter.com/6QBkLsA0Ca
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 2, 2018
Proud to join #AskMoreOfHim at the #Oscars and every day. Because men can and must do more to stop violence against women in Hollywood and beyond. #TimesUp Learn more: https://t.co/Nottyu85NK
— David Arquette (@DavidArquette) March 2, 2018
Everyone one from Justin Baldoni to Teen Vogue to Tracee Ellis Ross shared the campaign and urged more people to take the first step to becoming better listeners, friends, supporters, and allies.
The #AskMoreOfHim campaign urges men to join the conversation about sexual violence — and to hold each other accountable. https://t.co/BHNgaPg3hn
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) March 4, 2018
Awe is not enough.
Hold individuals accountable
It's time to #AskMoreOfHim. https://t.co/4ZV08MKLgt
— The Mask You Live In (@MaskYouLiveIn) March 2, 2018
So proud to join the #AskMoreOfHim movement. As men there is no doubt we can do more. We can be better listeners, friends, supporters and allies. We aren’t perfect and we will never be but we can at least make an effort. This may be only a small step, but it’s an important one. https://t.co/vUwWOGeZUF
— justin baldoni (@justinbaldoni) March 2, 2018
here’s a concrete way men can be allies every day: listen to women who come forward and believe them. check out more tips: https://t.co/whgEvIpR6e #askmoreofhim #oscars #timesup #metoo
— MTV Look Different (@LookDifferent) March 5, 2018
We are proud to join #AskMoreOfHim and sign this letter. Because men can and must do more to stop violence against women in #Hollywood and beyond. #TimesUp Learn more: https://t.co/7Y3m8XejkN Thank you @TheRepProject pic.twitter.com/SiiLEU9OEh
— Not A Billionaire (@N0tABillionaire) March 2, 2018
Male actors and activists join the #AskMoreOfHim campaign ahead of the Oscars: https://t.co/KxjTNqI98W pic.twitter.com/8JC8UsyLYE
— Slate (@Slate) March 2, 2018
Men! Think of this as a Swiss Army Knife , so many tools in one place. #AskMoreOfHim https://t.co/Az8TXSEFqw
— Christopher Redman (@iCHRISREDMAN) March 2, 2018
#AskMoreofHim: A Group of Hollywood Men Publish Open Letter Calling on Men to Do Better https://t.co/FRHE4Cz9kQ pic.twitter.com/ImOnP6e60L
— The Mary Sue (@TheMarySue) March 2, 2018
Proud to be a part of this initiative by @therepproject . #AskMoreOfHim is about engaging men in the fight to prevent sexual harassment, abuse and sexual violence. If we truly care, men must take a serious look at how we can do better. # Go to bit.ly/askmoreofhim to see how you can help be a part of the solution. # “Join us to #AskMoreOfHim at the Oscars on March 4 and highlight the need for men to speak out on these issues, to do more than quietly support the courageous women who have led this movement. We’ll be live tweeting starting at 3:30 PT with #AskMoreOfHim .”
It’s Time to #askmoreofhim —Thanks @TheRepProject for inviting me into this important movement. Read the letter here: https://t.co/4jaAUPYPOL
— Michael Nathanson (@m_nathanson1) March 3, 2018
'We aim to counteract skepticism by being painfully honest. Men are imperfect. We are imperfect. And many men, including perhaps some of us, may have enabled the bad behavior of others or acted in ways we now regret.' @THR https://t.co/hZfHmLesBk #askmoreofhim #timesup #metoo
— Cindy Gallop (@cindygallop) March 2, 2018
This is so important. #AskMoreofHim has to happen at home in interpersonal relationships as well as in Hollywood, at work, in sports and in politics. https://t.co/fAel1bbJsg
— Soraya Chemaly (@schemaly) March 2, 2018
This is long overdue. Let's listen, learn, grow, while catching up to the times we live in. #AskMoreofHim
— Wes Ramsey (@wesramsey) March 2, 2018
Thanks @cnni for having me on to talk #AskMoreOfHim and how @TheRepProject is helping guys be better allies against sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. If the #Oscars showed us anything, it's that we have so much more work to do.https://t.co/BklHwmYaeH
— Cristina Escobar (@cescobarandrade) March 5, 2018
Thank you to @TheRepProject and @JenSiebelNewsom for encouraging us to #AskMoreofHim. Educators and parents, please think about how *you* can do more to encourage young men to connect, fully express emotions, and speak out against sexism. https://t.co/08hbtbGyGo
— Mr. Health Teacher (@mrhealthteacher) March 2, 2018
#MeToo, #TimesUp , #AskHerMore are all women-led, women-organized & women-centric. So just imagine what would happen if the other half of the population stepped up and meaningfully joined these movements. pic.twitter.com/goIwxLPR0A
— Jen Siebel Newsom (@JenSiebelNewsom) March 2, 2018
Concrete ways that men can be allies every day:
✔️ Approach gender-based violence as a men's issue
✔️ Mentor boys and young men to respect women.
✔️ Recognize and speak out against homophobia.
Check out more tips: https://t.co/qaD6aXxS1H #AskMoreOfHim pic.twitter.com/eYTxyXIT30
— The Representation Project (@TheRepProject) March 3, 2018
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