I just learned last night that this campaign was started 10 years ago by Tarana Burke
As for this current wave, it is good to see women speaking out. Not so good to see all the waffling and pushback against what is a pretty simple message.
Though not surprising to see yet another version of "not all men".
If we took half the drama over who has also suffered, and been unfairly accused and put it into considering the ways in which at least some of these things apply to us, we might begin to get the point. Because no, we men don't experience this every day, and when it does happen to us we are less likely to be blamed and disbelieved. This is a systemic problem overwhelmingly driven by men, and primarily directed at women, and all of us contribute to it to some degree.