"This Is My Son" Meme Is Taking Over Twitter, Nobody Expected #HimToo Would Get THAT Far

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The latest hashtag is taking over Twitter, this time it’s quite the opposite to #MeeToo. Mashable reports, large adult sons are now everywhere on Twitter. The Typical Student team learned the details. It all started with a now-deleted tweet by user @MarlaReynoldsc3 who posted a guy wearing navy uniform with a caption:

"This is MY son. He graduated #1 in boot camp. He was awarded the USO award. He was #1 in A school. He is a gentleman who respects women. He won't go on solo dates due to the current climate of false sexual accusations by radical feminists with an axe to grind. I VOTE. #HimToo."

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Source: @MarlaReynoldsC3

How Did Twitterverse React to the Viral Tweet?

Of course, the Twitterverse followed up with a series of hilarious response to the tweet. No, nobody took the time to explain the main goal of #MeToo movement which is mainly the result of centuries of “systemic misogyny and rape culture.” Also, nobody really took the time to say the author’s son shouldn’t be worried about being falsely accused of sexual harassment if he DOESN’T assault anyone.  Anyway, take a look at the series of tweets below:

him-too-tweet-13Source: @annetdonahue

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Source: @ispizzaratalive

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Source: @MuslimIQ

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Source: @TheTweetOfGod

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Source: @MikeDrucker

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Source: @MollyJongFast

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Source: @DavidKlion

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Source: @forestnomad

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Source: @ayoedebiri

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Source: @pattymo

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Source: @sweet_emme

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Source: @stephperry

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Source: @straussanator

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