Women share photos of themselves at age 14 in response to Roy Moore allegations

Alex Lasker, AOL.com
AOL.com

Women are taking to social media to show the world what they looked like when they were 14 years old in light of the shocking sexual assault allegations made against Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore last week.

After the Washington Post published a bombshell report alleging that Moore had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a woman named Leigh Corfman, now 53, when she was just 14 years old, the women of Twitter are sharing photos that highlight exactly what it means to be a 14-year-old child. 

"I was eating a lot of chocolate chip cookie dough and learning to do the “hustle” and not worrying about a 32 year old man trying to hustle me. #MeAt14," wrote journalist Katie Couric. 


"#MeAt14 I worshipped my brother. I loved my dog, Pucci. I loved OMD. I had Big hair. I was happy. I was innocent," wrote actress Alyssa Milano. 


While many social media users were lighthearted in their posts, others shared tragic stories of being sexually abused when they were just teens and expressed solidarity with Moore's alleged victims.

See some of the moving tweets: 

Several other women have come forward saying Moore pursued them as teenagers when he was in his 30s, although Moore has said that he unequivocally denies all allegations against him.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Monday that he believes the women who have come forward and that Moore should "step aside."

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