The Today Show announced that this morning that 2017's 'Person Of The Year' will be the 'Silence Breakers' of the #MeToo movement. Taylor Swift and Ashley Judd are featured on the cover along with former Uber engineer Susan Fowler. Inside TIME's 'Person Of The Year' issue you'll read individual stories of many women and men who have come forward on accusations. 

Rose McGowan reached a settlement with producer Harvey Weinstein in 1997 after accusing him of sexually assaulting her in a hotel room. McGowan’s decision to speak to the press this year helped expose Weinstein as a serial harasser. "The number of people sharing their stories with me is so intense, especially since all of this is incredibly triggering for me as well. People forget a lot that there’s a human behind this, someone who is very hurt. But that’s O.K. It fuels my fire. They really f-cked with the wrong person." (Weinstein has denied all allegations of non­consensual sex.) @rosemcgowan is among the Silence Breakers, TIME's Person of the Year. Read the full story on TIME.com. Photograph by Billy & Hells for TIME. #TIMEPOY

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