BLACK CARPET: Hollywood A-List Commemorates Themselves For Being Woke By Using Thousand...

BLACK CARPET: Hollywood A-List Commemorates Themselves For Being Woke By Using Thousand Dollar Gowns, Eating Sea Bass

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The Golden Globes started on Sunday with a “black carpet,” as Hollywood’s A-list put on designer gowns in just dark colors to commemorate their own commitment to safeguarding women in the entertainment market from unwanted sexual advances, sexual assault, and discrimination.Even presenters donned black to reveal their solidarity with Harvey Weinstein’s victims, now that he’s not the head of a major studio, and can green-light their multi-million dollar jobs. For a little extra oomph, a few of the women even brought feminist icons as their”dates,”to show their commitment to ladies’s rights.Michelle Williams, Emma Watson, Susan Sarandon, Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, Shailene

Woodley, Amy Poehler and Emma Stone are bringing gender and racial justice activists as their visitors to the #GoldenGlobes.– Amy Kaufman(@AmyKinLA) January 7, 2018– TicToc by Bloomberg(@tictoc) January 7, 2018– TicToc by Bloomberg(@tictoc) January 7, 2018 Meryl Streep, who was such a close friend of Harvey Weinstein it would have been almost impossible for her to get away rumors of the mega-producer’s bad behavior

, is likewise bringing a”social justice warrior “as her date to the awards ceremony.But if you thought the stars would scale things revoke regard for the beating the industry has taken, especially in light of how complicit much of the industry’s greatest names were in hiding or downplaying the sexual violence occurring among the entertainment elite, you were, obviously, mistaken. Everyone donned black frocks, it’s likely not a single gown came off the rack.Here’s Jessica Biel grieving women’s inequality in a couture Dior dress worth more than most individuals’s mortgage.– Tom & Lorenzo (@tomandlorenzo) January 8, 2018 Alexis Bledel, of the” Handmaid’s Tale”was terrified of industry leadership in Oscar de & la Renta.– Tom & Lorenzo(@tomandlorenzo)

January 7, 2018 Tracee Ellis Ross defended social justice in a Marc Jacobs number that might most likely pay off a legal costs.– Tom & & Lorenzo (@tomandlorenzo) January 7, 2018