The meaning behind the anonymous elbow on TIME’s People Of The Year cover

Kyle Griffin‏Verified account TIME’s Person of the Year, just announced on @TODAYshow, is the “Silence Breakers,” people who came forward to tell their stories of sexual assault.
The Silence Breakers are the person of the year (Picture: TIME)

Taylor Swift and Ashley Judd are among the women who feature on the front cover of TIME magazine’s person of the year issue – and now it has been revealed why there is also an anonymous elbow on the cover.

Former Uber software engineer Susan Fowler, California lobbyist Adama Iwu, and strawberry picker Isabel Pascual also all appear on the cover, as does a sixth woman whose face appears to have been cut… Read the full story

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