Mum Gets On Board The #HimToo Movement, Backfires Immediately

Pieter Hanson’s mother used his

Pieter Hanson’s mother used his

"I've been working for years to support the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society", he said. "He graduated #1 in boot camp".

What his mom wrote " doesn't represent me at all", he said.

"OMG! You are a prince, sir", wrote one Twitter admirer.

"I'm not afraid to go on dates!"

Pieter Hanson's mother accidentally rocketed her son and his cats to internet stardom with a single emphatic tweet over the weekend. He doesn't go on solo dates with women because he doesn't know if they're alive or not. I respect and #BelieveWomen.

"Sometimes the people we love do things that hurt us without realising it", he wrote, alongside a photo of himself recreating the pose in his mother's original tweet. The tweet, since deleted, had been widely shared, immediately casting Hanson as the poster boy for the #HimToo movement.

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And, uh, it turns out Mom did not exactly clear her tweet with Hanson before she sent it out.

Pieter Hanson, 32, told The Washington Post he was in the middle of taking a marketing exam at the University of Central Florida when he received messages from his friends informing him of his mother's tweet. In response to his mother's tweet, which has since been deleted, Hanson created his own Twitter account, with a profile image that mocked the Navy picture his mom tweeted out, to counter the narrative. BlueStarNavyMom3 added the hashtag #HimToo, which has been coopted by conservatives claiming that men have reason to be terrified of false allegations of sexual assault in the #MeToo era. I'm a mixture of laughing hard and feeling bad for him.

'Let's turn this around.

"Pieter didn't even have a Twitter account when he became aware of his infamy, and was forced to start one, using the handle "@thatwasmymom". "I love my mom to death, but boy.I'm still trying to wrap my head around all this". "She's my mum. What she said was pretty inflammatory, but I want to make sure it doesn't come back harsh on her".

Everything about that is amusing, from the weird conservative paranoia to the godawful hashtag to the picture itself, which looks more like someone starring in a musical about the navy and an actual U.S. Navy vet.

Jon Hanson, brother to the Navy man in question Pieter, managed to find the humour in the situation, confirming that his mum "made it up". His brother is a cancer survivor. "He's an incredible person, and he's my personal hero".

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