A photo of a 14-year-old girl standing on the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the Opera House in the background has launched the latest social media campaign by women protesting against sexual assault.
The photo was shared by North Carolina lawyer Catherine RL Lawson last week, after a woman claimed Republican Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore had pursued her when she was a 14-year-old girl in 1979, when he was 32 and a state prosecutor.
Mr Moore, now 70 and a former chief judge, has vehemently denied the allegations.
Ms Lawson tweeted a photo of herself taken on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, saying "Can't consent at 14. Not in Alabama. Not anywhere." and including the hashtag #MeAt14.
Other women began sharing their own photos of themselves at age 14 using Mrs Lawson's words, their own stories with or without a photo, or simply using the hashtag alone with a photo.
"This is me at 14. I was on the gymnastics team and sang in the choir. I was not dating a 32-year-old man. Who were you at 14?" asked Lizz Winstead, co-creator of The Daily Show.
Two days later, Mrs Lawson reshared her original tweet, saying she started the hashtag to show what a 14-year-old looks like and remind people, "*kids* deserve protection".
Actress Alyssa Milano, who helped start the #MeToo sexual assault awareness campaign in October, added her voice to #MeAt14.
Others said, "Nobody who collects Smurfs is old enough to consent", or "I tried to act older but I see now I was but a child".
Others said they were experimenting with their own sexuality at 14 but it is always the responsibility of adults to not molest children, and even children who are not "pure" deserve to be safe and not assaulted.
Many of the stories include details or references to sexual assault or to being harassed by family members or other adults in positions of authority, such as staff at dance academies.
"It's not a question about the legal age of consent, but about affirming a shared social value that children deserve our protection," Mrs Lawson said.
"Teenagers can't consent to a relationship with a grown man, ever."