On Sunday night, comedian Jen Kirkman tweeted about being harassed by a group of men in Melbourne who called her a "bitch".
Kirkman, an American comedian, author, and actor, is in Australia performing at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
This tweet and others generated a lot of attention – much of it from men who criticised Kirkman for speaking out.
Some just said #NotAllMen.
Kirkman wanted to hit back against the perception that it's just a certain stereotype of men who harass women, or that these incidents are uncommon.
So she decided to take a stand.
The stories from women who had been harassed came flooding in.
The sheer volume of tweets was eye-opening for some of Kirkman's followers.
The stories just kept on coming, and Kirkman kept on retweeting.
Kirkman said she has lost 1,000 followers since she started retweeting the stories.
You can read through all the tweets on her timeline here.
Lane Sainty is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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