The founder of the Miteo Movement has said that the campaign against sex violence began more than decades ago to be "unaccountable."
Speaking at Ted Springs in Palm Springs, Taran Burke has a media backlash that framed the movement as a witch hunt.
"Suddenly, a movement to center survivors of sexual violence is talking about as a vindictive plot against people," she said.
"The victims are heard and then regrettable."
She was happy to return to the original reason she did for Mitho, when she wrote the words on a piece of paper in 2006 as a way of starting a fight plan to do something about the sexual violence she saw in her Community.
The phrase was a globally used Hashtag last year in the wake of allegations made against Hollywood producer Harvey Wimmerstein but Ms. Berke says she feels that the campaign is neglecting those who were intended to help.
"My vision for the Movement is also part of a collective vision to see a world free from sexual violence," she told delegates at the TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) conference.
"This is a movement about the one in four girls and one in six boys who are sexually abused every year, and who carry the wounds in adulthood," she says.
Mary. Burke said, at the event of events like breadcrumbs, was set free to the Supreme Court, when he indicated to get sexual misconduct allegations – which he denied – UN. Politicians were "pivoting away from the issue".
"This movement is called a vaporized moment but some days I wake up feeling that all these say points to the opposite," she said.
She agrees with a plym that the victims are not forced to relive their travels by talking about them and called to fight against "power and privilege" to continue.
"We have to re-educate our children to understand that power and privilege do not always have to destroy and take – it can be used to serving and build," she said.