Rose McGowan is cutting her book tour short after a confrontation with a transgender woman at a New York reading made headlines.
Harvey Weinstein is using an email allegedly written by Ben Affleck to cast doubt on Rose McGowan’s claim that the producer sexually assaulted her in 1997.
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Women of all ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds working alongside one another is essential for the progression of any movement.
Actress Rose McGowan said Sunday that it was “Hollywood fakery” for actors to wear black to the Golden Globes as a way to protest sexual misconduct.
The activist has slammed celebrities before for their attempts to stand up to sexism and sexual assault.
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.”
Artist and activist Rose McGowan on Saturday tweeted criticism of Meryl Streep, indicating the actress had been willing to work with producer Harvey Weinstein for years after he had gained a reputation for being a sexual predator and saying that the plan to protest sexual misconduct in Hollywood by wearing black to the Golden Globes rang hollow.
Amber Tamblyn called out Rose McGowan about coming down hard on Meryl Streep and other women who plan to wear black dresses at the Golden Globes as an act of silent protest against sexual harassment. “Rose McGowan is a friend and while I support her kind of movement, I do not support any woman (or man) shaming or taunting the movements of other women who are trying to create change,” Tamblyn tweeted Sunday. Tamblyn said that while she supports McGowan and her cause, she thought it was “beneath” her to attack Streep and said that these actresses should be considered allies in the fight against harassment.
Rose McGowan is not a fan of the news that many major actresses are planning on wearing black to the Golden Globes as a symbol of protest against harassment in Hollywood.
"Time" magazine’s choice for Person of the Year has been made public, and it’s a whole movement: the people, mostly women, who have named sexual harassers and assaulters. Ironically, the president, who claimed to have been in the running for this designation, is instead one of those who’ve been accused.
The silence breakers have been named Time magazine's Person of the Year. Dozens of men and women have shared their stories since October about sexual misconduct by numerous high-profile men in entertainment, ...
Of course, a book packed with that kind of content needs a cover to match and McGowan picked the perfect image to get the job done: a picture of her having her hair shaved off. McGowan, who has led the recent #MeToo movement among Hollywood women after accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, has rocked many a hairdo in her time in the limelight, but famously shaved off her locks in 2015. “My life, as you will read, has taken me from one cult to another, the biggest cult of all: Hollywood,” McGowan added.
Actress Rose McGowan took the stage at the Women's Convention in Detroit, rallying the crowd to "rise" as the monsters "must die."
As the scandal continues to unfold, Rose McGowan has actively supported the many women who have found the courage to share their own stories of Weinstein's sexual misconduct, while also calling out some of Hollywood's most prominent figures for their silence.
The comedic actress may have attempted to be too light when praising George Clooney, who just spoke out against Harvey Weinstein.