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For many survivors of sexual violence, self-love is an essential part of the healing process — and a powerful hashtag campaign is helping them share their strength online. 

encourages survivors to flood social media with powerful handwritten love letters to themselves on Valentine's Day. With harrowing honesty, the campaign celebrates resilience in the face of trauma.

This Valentine's Day marks the third year of the hashtag movement, created by director and artist Tani Ikeda in 2015. She was to start the viral campaign after reflecting on the healing process of her own rape — the "anniversary" of which is on Valentine's Day. 

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Sexual assault survivors share powerful handwritten letters of self-love on Valentine's Day


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For many survivors of sexual violence, self-love is an essential part of the healing process — and a powerful hashtag campaign is helping them share their strength online. 

encourages survivors to flood social media with powerful handwritten love letters to themselves on Valentine's Day. With harrowing honesty, the campaign celebrates resilience in the face of trauma.

This Valentine's Day marks the third year of the hashtag movement, created by director and artist Tani Ikeda in 2015. She was to start the viral campaign after reflecting on the healing process of her own rape — the "anniversary" of which is on Valentine's Day. 

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