20 years ago, a young girl named Monica Lewinsky became a bunny for tabloids in America for her alleged affair with her boss, the then US President Bill Clinton. Owing to the immense hate she had to bear from the people, Lewinsky went underground and never appeared back in limelight until her groundbreaking essay surfaced in The Vanity Fair which somewhat demented her image of an ‘other woman’.
After nearly two decades, Lewinsky seems to have reoriented herself as she is seen enjoying her life and most importantly embracing it. She is also active on twitter and her tweets regularly take a shot at public bullying.
guys, it’s still #NationalBullyingPreventionMonth click w/compassion using emojis from https://t.co/aN9yGRBVi7 pic.twitter.com/bTpaOjsqmK — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) October 17, 2016
#BackToHogwarts pic.twitter.com/uu2kcFeECU — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) September 1, 2016
GO, @jess7bennett !!! #FeministFightClub out TODAY!! pic.twitter.com/2V1VQmF4AM — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) September 13, 2016