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Who Is the Sixth Person on TIME’s “Silence Breakers” Cover?

And who else is left out?

Five women are on the cover of TIME's Person of the Year issue. But if you look at the picture, you can see a sixth person's arm in the lower right corner. That's deliberate.

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The Silence Breakers of #MeToo Are TIME’s 2017 Person of the Year

This year, women like Ashely Judd bravely spoke out against prominent men like Harvey Weinstein and started a movement that emboldened and inspired others to speak out against their respective Weinsteins.

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TIME’s Person of the Year Shortlist Includes Colin Kaepernick, the #MeToo Movement and, Yes, Trump

Here's who TIME found influential this year, for better or for worse.

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Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Disappointed That the President Has Been Forgotten in This #MeToo Moment

Despite our living a unique moment in history after the Harvey Weinstein expose, a "watershed moment" during which women and men finally feel safe enough to come forward en masse to say "me too"—We have been sexually harassed. We have been assaulted. "Us, too"Trump's long history of predatory behavior continues to go unpunished. Yes, collusion with Russia is important, but women's lives don't stop being important because of politics.

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Stop Demanding Women Fit Into a Feminazi/Forgiveness Binary

As we watch the growing mountains of sexual harassment and assault allegations and public outings and subsequent avalanches of consequences, a lot of people can't help but focus on what comes next. That's a valid question, but for many, it's not a question that can be answered yet. And to insist it be answered only serves to steal focus from what women are going through now.

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“There’s No Story That’s Unimportant”: Tarana Burke Started #MeToo 10 Years Ago

Alyssa Milano tweeted out her support for Burke's work when she learned about Burke's Me Too movement.

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Reese Witherspoon, America Ferrera & Jennifer Lawrence Add Their Voices to #MeToo

We Are Not Things

Every day more men and women come forward to talk about their experience with sexual assault, rape, and harassment by the hands of heads of the entertainment industry. Adding to the voices that have already emerged after the #MeToo hashtag went viral are Reese Witherspoon, America Ferrera & Jennifer Lawrence.

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Alyssa Milano Starts Survivor Hashtag #MeToo to Show the Prevalence of Sexual Violence

Trending on Twitter today is the hashtag #MeToo, a movement of women sharing their stories in order to express the magnitude of sexual assault today.

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