Sexual harassment and assault awareness storms social media

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ "Me Too" are two simple social media words that have been used as a rallying cry against sexual harassment and assault for ten years. It's now gone viral since the Harvey Weinstein allegations and actress Alyssa Milano's hashtag #MeToo. Now allegations are flying around the world with former presidents, journalist, actors with mostly men being named.

What are the pros and cons of this social media campaign, and where can someone turn to find help? Cassie Wichlenski,  SSM Health Depaul Hospital Clinical Social Worker, joined us at FOX 2 to tell us about it.

YWCA Sexual Assault Center hotline: 314-531-7273
SSM Health Behavioral Health hotline: 1-800-426-2083
Safe Connections hotline: 314-531-2003
National Sexual Assault hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)