Hollywood isn't the only industry making a stand against sexual harassment
Like her estranged husband Harvey Weinstein, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman was an “elephant not in the room” at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards. No celebrity dared to wear a dress by the designer on the red carpet.
In light of the Time's Up movement, which celebrities marked by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes, one wonders: Why can't smart women love fashion and be activists for change?
Actress Amber Tamblyn: "Our movement is big. And a black dress is just the beginning of the darkness that will be drained from every industry across the country by the time we’re done. That’s a promise.”
Actress Rose McGowan has spoken out against her peers who have refused to speak up in the wake of Hollywood's sexual harassment scandals.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal has opened up a dialogue surrounding issues of sexual assault and harassment, and a small chorus of men is speaking up.
At Elle’s gala Monday, the “Zero Dark Thirty” actress was happy to report that her “career has not stalled” since she began standing up to sexual harassment.
One by one, women subjected to Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct during his decades in the film industry are speaking out.
Will the wife of Harvey Weinstein, Georgina Chapman, be punished for her husband's actions?