In the past three days, the hashtag has been retweeted over 4,000 times.
More members of the Twitterverse are coopting the hashtag and attaching it to concerns that seem relatively trivial.
And of course, on Twitter, there was a steady stream of anger, collected under the hashtag “BoycottCoke.”
On Twitter, a debate has erupted over the nude photos under the hashtag “Nude Photo Revolutionary.”
The hashtag has been used to label general rants about people getting naked for attention.
Within 24 hours, the hashtag had already racked up 25,000 tweets.
Then Sunday on Fox News we saw a double-barreled assault on the hashtag activism by conservatives.
The hashtag quickly gained traction (it was used more than 100,000 times on Twitter in the subsequent two days).
The hashtag, Benincasa said, has united women to share their stories online.
Yes, this is the age of Twitter, where TV shows are saved on the strength of hashtag campaigns and 140-character pleas.