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After the allegations of sexual misconduct by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32, the internet responded with posts including the #MeAt14 hashtag.
The hashtag was started by Raleigh, N.C., lawyer Catherine R. L. Lawson last week.
Twitter users quickly began posting their own photos and experiences.
Comedian Sarah Silverman tweeted a photo with her math teacher, not before making a joke about him being her much older boyfriend.
Alyssa Milano tweeted her photo, remarking how innocent she was.
Twitter user @OliviaResists tweeted about her own personal abuse story at that age.
Baking cookies, having crushes, these are some of the interests that author Jenny Han shared when she was 14.
Besides celebrities, there were other women who tweeted their own photos and personal experiences, some noting their lack of interest in dating older men, while others shared stories of being accosted by men.
Katie Couric posted her photo and commented about her likes at 14.
Lizz Winstead, co-creator of “The Daily Show,” shared a photo of herself at 14 and encouraged her followers to share their stories.
Another Twitter user shared an excerpt of a diary entry from when she was 14 and was afraid of dancing with boys.
Men also joined the conversation on Twitter and shared their experiences at 14.
For the record
2:19 p.m. Nov. 13: An earlier version of this article mistakenly said that a post from @OliviaResists was from “Scandal” actress Olivia Pope, which is the name of the fictional character. It was from a Twitter user using that name.
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