A mother posted a picture of her son in a sailor's uniform and wrote in a now viral but deleted tweet: "This is MY son, he graduated # 1 on the training field, he was awarded the USO award. at school A. He is a gentleman who respects women He will not go to solo appointments because of the current climate of false sexual accusations by radical feminists with an ax to grind.
A Twitter page with the name of Pieter Hanson and with the name @Thatwasmymom clarified: "That was my mom, sometimes the people we love do things that hurt us without realizing it, we are going to turn this around. #BelieveWomen, I've never done it and I'll never support #HimToo, I'm a proud Navy veteran, Cat Dad and Ally, and Twitter, your game of memes is sharp. "
In a message to Heavy via Facebook, Pieter Hanson confirmed that he created the page @Thatwasmymom to offer his response. He tweeted several more times, in one case, an effort to direct attention to positive efforts. "I prefer less to myself and more to other incredible people who deserve attention," Pieter Hanson told Heavy in an interview.
"What my mom wrote is not true," he added. "I want a happy positive turn, too much negativity in the world." He concluded: "All the memes are fun, I'm exhausted after a very long night, in the meantime, send my love to everyone."
Another post on his newly created page made fun of all the animal memes generated by his mother's tweet. You can see Your other tweets here.
The publication of the mother sent the hashtag #HimToo flying with many making fun of its publication. Huffington Post identified the woman's son as Pieter Hanson, and quoted his brother, Jon Hanson, saying: "My mother has good intentions … She has posted on Facebook about her eligible single sons and tried to get appointments many times to over the years, but she never spoke to my brother nor did he make any of those statements regarding sexual accusations. "Jon Hanson added to the Huffington Post that his brother is actually" a great advocate for women's rights. " , among other things, an outstanding guy in the community, and everyone who knows him loves him. "
On Twitter, he elaborated and said that it is not true that his brother will not go out alone. Basically, he said that his mom understood everything wrong.
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Jon Hanson is a man from Florida whose Twitter name says "Traveling Vagabond". Music lover, sports fan, video game enthusiast. " He also revealed on Twitter that the man in the photo was his brother.
"My brother is in vogue on Twitter because of my mother's ridiculous tweet, I'm a mixture of laughing and feeling bad for him. #HimToo," Hanson wrote on his own Twitter page, attaching a photo.
Hanson added: "This has gotten bigger than I anticipated, I'm telling my brother to do a twitter account." And: "He's making one, but we're talking on the phone with the media right now, Crazy." Meanwhile, his mother, @ MarlaReynoldsC3, has completely removed her Twitter page.
Jon Hanson also indicated that his mother was new to Twitter in the first place, and wrote: "He told me a week ago that he was joining Twitter. I'm serious. "One woman replied in the comment thread," Omg. One week … it took a week to break the Twitter … Ohhhhhhh man who will never tweet again … ".
Hanson said his brother is upset, writing, "He is under pressure, but it will be over, except me and his friends who will never let him live this way." He continued: "Oh, our friends already have some great ideas to handle this. I do not think he will ever endure it. " And: "She has posted several times on Facebook trying to get him an appointment, he does not need your help, he had good intentions, but I never expected this to go viral."
He said his brother is receiving a lot of attention from women as a result of his mother's tweet, and noted that "apparently women in dating applications found out and are sending messages to him" and added: "He sent me a message of I said that Mom was in it again, I looked up and I soon realized that it was going viral. "
Jon told the people who wrote him on his Twitter thread that his brother is not really afraid of having an appointment and that his mom "invented it". He added: "I am sending you positive answers and you are helping a lot." Thank you."
Jon concluded: "He does not have twitter, he asked if he should … defend himself, he told him it was not a good idea hahaha." He added that his brother, in fact, "goes on solo dates." From the mother, Jon added: "Twitter was deleted, he said his account was hacked."
On Facebook, Pieter Hanson says the motto: "We live. We die We live again! "He defines himself as" Beerntrepreneur at Sanford Homebrew Shop "and says he" Works at The Ruckus. "
His most recent publication is a safe publication on Uber. Lee, "Does anyone know how to challenge uber or lyft rates? There is no way to contact them! I have backed up terrible journeys where I was extremely overloaded. One of them charged me $ 30 for a trip I never took and they reimbursed me 30 cents. "
In September, he wrote: "So Facebook was hacked …" I can only imagine all the unpleasant things that they will do with my large number of photos of cats and my deceased FarmVille login. "
His publicly visible publications do not deal with politics and he is quite apolitical and does not publish about #metoo or related topics. In July, he published: "Why is today even more special to me? Today, 8 years ago, I officially went to training camp to join the finest Marina in the world. So much that I want to convey that a simple Facebook can not cover. So a simple thank you to all those in my life who supported me on the road and a shout to this incredible country that I call my home. #Murica. "Her" likes "are not very political either, although she liked the Gary Johnson page.
#Himtoo was not taken as seriously by many people as Hanson's mother seems to have wanted. Instead, it became a joke on Twitter, with people creating memes and GIFs. These are some of those