Anti-Bullying Campaign for High School Rape Victims Goes Viral With #YesAllDaughters


Hundreds of students at an Oklahoma high school walked out of their classes Monday to protest the school’s alleged mishandling of bullying directed toward three teenage rape victims, and the Twitter hashtag is bringing national attention to their efforts.

The #YesAllDaughters campaign—inspired by this spring’s viral #YesAllWomen movement—took flight after three teenage girls told administrators that they were all raped by the same classmate at Norman High School. (Jezebel published audio of the alleged perpetrator describing one of the assaults.)

Although the alleged assailant was quickly suspended for the school year and is under police investigation, the three victims say the school did not take proper action to stop bullying that followed. One victim was suspended after hitting a boy with her bag after he told her “I hear you love being raped,” Jezebel reports.

The school said in a letter last week that it “advocates for…

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