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women's march 2018
Natalie Portman Shares Her Experience of ‘Sexual Terrorism’ at 13
“I understood very quickly, even as a 13-year-old, that if I were to express myself sexually, I would feel unsafe.”
What’s Going to Happen to Woody Allen’s
A Rainy Day in New York
Hollywood insiders say Amazon Studios could shelve the film or skip its theatrical release.
Rebecca Hall Says She Regrets Working With Woody Allen, Too
She’s donating her salary from his next movie to Time’s Up.
i couldn't help but wonder
Weinstein Scandal Emboldened Sarah Jessica Parker to Speak Out on
“For so long I was told to be quiet about all of that stuff.”
Catt Sadler Responds to E!’s Salary Defense: ‘We Did Similar Jobs’
Sadler calls it “apples to apples.”
Rose McGowan Says the #TimesUp Protest Is Just a ‘Band-Aid’
“I don’t watch red carpets, not my thing.”
Maria Elena Fernandez
Tessa Thompson Walks Back Criticism of Lena Dunham’s Involvement in Time’s Up
Thompson previously said Dunham was not involved in Time’s Up after Dunham appeared in a group photo shoot.
Dylan Farrow Asks Why Hollywood Says #TimesUp for Everyone But Woody Allen
The director’s adopted daughter says it’s “hard for me to reconcile” stars who stand against sexual misconduct but still support Allen.
How Male Golden Globe Winners Stood Up for #TimesUp in Their Speeches
The Globes Were the Season-Two Premiere of Hollywood’s Anti-Trump Resistance
It wasn’t the most suspenseful or funny show, but it felt cohesive, a glimpse not just at women, but at a community of women working in unison.
golden globes 2018
All the Mentions of Sexual Harassment During the Golden Globes
“Good evening ladies and remaining gentlemen.”
golden globes 2018
See All of the Red-Carpet Looks From the 2018 Golden Globes
Awards season is back — in black.
Natalie Portman on How the Time’s Up Initiative Will Work
The actress on how the effort may affect multiple industries and, on a much smaller scale, the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Prominent Hollywood Women Launch Anti-Harassment Action Plan
Time’s Up members include Reese Witherspoon, Ashley Judd, Eva Longoria, America Ferrera, Rashida Jones, Kerry Washington, and many, many more.