A new #MeTheater app has been launched in Canada and the United States that will allow users to share their experiences of harassment, bullying and stalking on social media.
The app, which has been available since February, allows users to create hashtags and post their own experiences, and is meant to help raise awareness about what happens online.
The #MeWeetater app, launched in the U.S. on March 21, will launch in Canada in the coming weeks, and was launched in response to the #mewhowant hashtag, which was created by women to raise awareness of sexual assault and harassment on social networks.
A video posted on the app’s Facebook page shows a group of men who were recently sexually assaulted in an elevator in New York City, including a young man who was assaulted in a hotel room while sitting alone in a chair.
The video then shows a woman who was raped at a bar in San Francisco and a young woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a stranger in the lobby of a New York hotel.
The New York Post first reported on the #weetater hashtag and other women’s efforts to raise their voices on social platforms to bring awareness to sexual assault.
The hashtag, in turn, inspired more than 20,000 people to create their own hashtags, with more than 1.2 million users contributing to the hashtags.
It is also being used to promote #MeThatsRight, a hashtag launched in March that aims to raise $2 million to fund scholarships for women who have experienced sexual assault, harassment and stalking.
“I’ve been using #MeThat’sRight for two years and I have not heard anyone say anything about the #Weetaters app,” said Brittany St. John, a student at the University of Western Ontario in Toronto, who is also one of the founders of the app.
“This is about empowering women and girls to be themselves and speak up for themselves.”
St. Johns said that the # Weetater movement was created as a response to what she described as the “horror stories” that were shared on social networking sites.
She said that when she saw a similar hashtag for sexual assault on social sites like Twitter and Facebook, she decided to start the # MeTheater campaign.
“A lot of women and young girls are saying, ‘I don’t want to be that person,'” she said.
“Thats why I decided to launch this app.”
The # MeThat’sright app allows users in Canada to share experiences on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest and also create hashtagged hashtags for their own experience of being sexually assaulted.
Users can also create their hashtags by uploading photos and videos to their account and also send their own stories to the app, along with their personal details.
The tweets and videos can then be shared to their millions of followers on Twitter and other social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
St. Johans said that women have been able to share stories on social channels about harassment on the Internet without the fear of being labelled as liars or being subject to online abuse.
“The truth is, there are some people out there that are still actively trying to harass people,” she said, adding that she hopes the # weetaters campaign will help to create a space for women to share the experiences they have experienced on the internet without the threats of being accused of being a liar.
St Johns said she has spoken to many young people about the need to speak up on social and online platforms, but has also spoken with some women who say that it is difficult to be vocal in a way that will make a difference in their community, including on Twitter.
“It’s important to keep the conversation going, but also to know that not everyone is going to be OK with it,” she added.
A new app is also launched in Australia that will also allow users in the country to share experience on social-media platforms.
“Women are starting to have conversations about how to do this on their own terms, because it’s not just us.
There are people all over the world that are trying to do the same thing, and we need to start sharing the details,” said Sydney resident Rebecca Sutter, who launched the app on her personal Facebook page, and created the hashtag #WeAreStrong.
“We need to know the facts before we start blaming one another.”
The app will be available to download and users will be able to send tweets and video messages directly to the service.
Sutter said she will be providing updates on the project on her own Twitter account and said she would be posting more information on the new #WeareStrong app later this month.
The “We Are Strong” campaign aims to encourage people to speak out against harassment on platforms like Twitter, where a user can be removed from the platform if they violate terms of service or conduct themselves in a manner that violates community standards.