The Golden Globes is an annual award ceremony created to This year women wore black to protest sexual harassment and raise awareness for Time’s Up, a new initiative fighting sexual misconduct in Hollywood and neighboring cities.
As the stars took the red carpet for yesterday’s ceremony, here’s some of the powerful reasons from our favorite celebs on why they went all-black for the
Last week, 300 actresses, including Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria, as well as other powerful women in Hollywood announced the Time’s Up movement to fight sexual harassment in their industry and all others. In addition to a $13 million legal defense fund, the movement also included a request “that women walking the red carpet at the Golden Globes speak out and
Glitz and glamour walked the red carpet as celebrities arrived to the 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards last night in Beverley Hills.
This year, in support to those in attendance exclusively wore black in solidarity with the brave victims who’ve come forth with allegations of sexual misconduct. To make even more of a statement, many actresses brought an activist as their date