Las redes sociales son como la cara B del mundo, de hecho un reflejo en el que vemos también lo mejor y lo peor del ser humano. A retos virales estúpidos como “Outlet Challenge” o “La ballena azul” se oponen otros que buscan generar conciencia y un sentimiento de hermandad. Es el caso de ‘Women Supporting Women’, el nuevo reto viral al que se han sumado famosas de todo el mundo a través de Internet.

Rita Wilson

Por su parte la actriz Rita Wilson aprovechó su publicación para hacer un pequeño homenaje a las mujeres que le han apoyado a lo largo de su trayectoria como su madre, la directora Nora Ephron o la productora Kara DioGuardi, y ha lanzado un mensaje para las mujeres que han tratado mal a otras: “Para las que han herido a otras hermanas, que han caído cuando triunfabas, os lo habéis perdido. Pero siempre hay tiempo para cambiar”.

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#challengeaccepted #womensupportingwomen I am in awe of the women who have supported me over the years. Starting with my mom who never stopped me from pursuing a career. Even though she didn’t work a traditional job, she was creative and passionate. Her family was her greatest achievement. Nora Ephron who saw something in me and cast me in two great roles. She also thought I could write for @harpersbazaarus when I had never written. She taught me “Tell them what you’re going to tell them, tell them, then tell them what you told them.” Joan Didion who said something like “how do I know what I’m thinking unless I’m writing about it?” @karadioguardi who made me believe I could write songs when she asked me “Do you have something to say?” and then wrote my first two songs with me ( and @jasonreeves) @lesliefram1 @jodyagerson who are out there supporting and empowering women in music everyday. Every female songwriter who has ever sat in a room with me sharing hearts and lives ( guys, you’re in there, too, but this is about the chicks today ❤️) and to every girlfriend who , together, has encouraged, strengthened, listened, laughed and cried, you are treasures. And for the ones that have hurt your fellow sisters, who have felt threatened , who have gone low when you could have gone high, you have missed out. But, there’s always time to change. Photo: @stevensebring @debrashazam @tonicornell

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Son solo algunos ejemplos de las mujeres famosas que se han decidido a participar en esta iniciativa: Eva González, Paz Vega, Laura Paussini, Ashley Tisdale, Eva Longoria…la lista completa llega a los 6 millones de publicaciones una enorme comunidad de mujeres que buscan generar conciencia del largo camino que aún queda por recorrer y de la importancia de la solidaridad.