#MeToo when I was a preteen.
#MeToo when I was a teen.
#MeToo in my adulthood.
#MeToo when I was a child, wearing bootleg jeans and a tee-shirt that had camels walking across a sunset.
#MeToo when I was a child, wearing pajamas.
#MeToo when I was a teenager, wearing dress pants and a dress shirt.
#MeToo when I was a child, when I was a teenager, and as an adult wearing an abaya and hijab (all multiple times, all in Saudi Arabia).
#MeToo when I wore salwar kameez with and without a duputta.
#MeToo when I wore a "short" skirt or dress.
#MeToo, still, when I wear my hijab (no matter where in the world I am).
Sexual violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, regardless of how young or old they are, and what they are or are not wearing. It's happened to me. In my childhood. In my preteen years. In my teen years. In my adulthood. When I wore a "short" dress; when I wear my hijab. Stop blaming the victims, and start blaming the societies and cultures that continue to allow monsters to do as they please without any fear of consequences or judgement of their actions. This is a global problem that we constantly fail to address.