A single tweet in response to Donald Trump's "sickening" remarks about women that surfaced on Saturday has sparked an extraordinary response by women sharing their sexual assault and rape stories online.
Following the release of an off-camera recording of Mr Trump speaking in vulgar terms about trying to have sex with women, Canadian author Kelly Oxford asked women to tweet their "first assaults".
Mr Trump's remarks have raised these questions: were they just "locker room banter" — as the Republican candidate put it — or an insight into rape culture in the US and beyond?
Several high-profile Republicans slammed Mr Trump for his initial remarks, with Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, saying he was "sickened".
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