It's "The Silence Breakers."
“The Silence Breakers,” the women and men who’ve come forward to share their experiences of sexual assault and out their abusers, are TIME’s Person of the Year.
The story features such brave souls as Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, and Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement.
The best aspect of this project was described below by Charlotte Alter, a national correspondent for the magazine:
“The Silence Breakers” are TIME’s Person of the Year as opposed to Donald Trump, who’s been accused of assault and harassment by dozens of women.
It's safe to say that TIME — if it considered Donald Trump for its Person of the Year at all — ultimately decided to go in a very different direction.
And much of the Internet is applauding.
But TIME wasn’t quite done yet making waves with their announcement.
Not only were these strong women and men named TIME's Person of the Year, but Donald Trump...
Well, Donald Trump was runner-up. Number two. The loser, if you will.
And he is someone who absolutely hates losing. That’s got to sting.
Some though, were understandably confused by TIME's decision to name sexual assault victims its Person of the Year and name a sexual assaulter its runner-up.
TIME made two bold decision in naming its Person of the Year and its runner-up. Some are wondering what they were trying to accomplish by including Donald Trump at all. Others are just immensely proud of the women who graced the magazine’s cover and the strong people highlighted inside.
Where do you stand on TIME’s decision?