On Christmas Eve, Twitter user @emrazz posed a question to her nearly 200,000 followers.
It sparked an equally beautiful and heartbreaking conversation amongst women.
The self proclaimed feminist next door's Twitter account is full of feminist content.
Her pinned Tweet calls out those who claim that sexual assault accusers are seeking attention.
Can you name all 59 women who came forward against Cosby? Can you name half of them? Can you name 5? Would you reco… https://t.co/LHoBqiYCU6— feminist next door (@feminist next door) 1524812556.0
On December 24, emrazz posed a question that served as a follow-up to the famous question asked by Danielle Muscato in September of 2018 in response to the #metoo movement.
"Ladies, a question for you:"
"'What would you do if all men had a 9pm curfew?'"
"Dudes: Read the replies and pay attention."
Ladies, a question for you: "What would you do if all men had a 9pm curfew?" Dudes: Read the replies and pay atte… https://t.co/DCf3VBKngS— Danielle Muscato (she/her) (@Danielle Muscato (she/her)) 1537907633.0
emrazz's question was similar to her predecessors but expanded the timeline a bit more.
"Women, imagine that for 24 hours, there were no men in the world."
"No men are being harmed in the creation of this hypothetical. They will all return. They are safe and happy wherever they are during this hypothetical time period."
"How would your day change, if at all?"
Women, imagine that for 24 hours, there were no men in the world. No men are being harmed in the creation of this… https://t.co/knas5jsEd0— feminist next door (@feminist next door) 1577206336.0
The question has already received more than 21,500 likes and 2,200 retweets at the time of this article's writing.
The answers to the question have proven to be informative to men as well as beautifully heartbreaking as women imagine what could be.
For one woman, being safe to be herself would be her dream.
@emrazz Not being street harassed and sent transphobic messages for a whole 24 hours would be wonderful.— Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈 (@Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈) 1577208032.0
Most women dreamt of embarking on their favorite activities whenever they want.
@emrazz I’d walk at night, wear whatever I want on a night out, drink and leave it at my table when I danced, stay… https://t.co/WYOjybALSp— Sue z q 🤡🎈🎈 (@Sue z q 🤡🎈🎈) 1577206645.0
@emrazz I'd walk at night alone, maybe enjoy some online video games— Aggressive Negotiations ↙️↙️↙️🏴🏳️🌈 (@Aggressive Negotiations ↙️↙️↙️🏴🏳️🌈) 1577206467.0
@emrazz I’d open the front and back door of my house and enjoy the breeze.— RH (@RH) 1577206799.0
@emrazz I would enjoy outdoor spaces alone after sunset.— Clever, Scary Name Nicole (@Clever, Scary Name Nicole) 1577208990.0
@emrazz I would loiter on sidewalks, slow down my pace, smile freely, and definitely walk all night— Soraya Chemaly (@Soraya Chemaly) 1577224502.0
@emrazz https://t.co/gLAmffasCR— Bonnie Hogue (@Bonnie Hogue) 1577206492.0
Many remarked on the harassment women encounter online.
@emrazz I could live stream on the male dominated platform I stream on (my job) without receiving comments on my ap… https://t.co/ewzaUVCfR2— lara6683 (@lara6683) 1577232680.0
For both men and women, the responses were powerful.
@emrazz I would miss my husband. But in every other way, my stress level would go WAY down. Wow. Just imagining it is amazing.— mj (@mj) 1577206712.0
@inthiscoldworld @emrazz That actually breaks my heart. I have a grown daughter and we have had this discussion. Th… https://t.co/EG2AxtPf1D— Tyrionical (@Tyrionical) 1577251346.0
However, one Twitter user made a point others may have missed.
@emrazz You’d also have a glorious 24 hours where Nancy Pelosi was the acting President.— Jewish Joe Biden (@Jewish Joe Biden) 1577206834.0