William H. Macy has opened up about the difficulties he feels men are facing in the wake of Hollywood's Time's Up movement.
Speaking backstage at Sunday night's SAG Awards, Variety and multiple other outlets report that the Shameless star spoke about a meeting he had other with other men in Hollywood to discuss the campaign.
"It's hard to be a man these days," said Macy. "I think a lot of us feel like we're under attack and that we need to apologize, and perhaps we do.
"A bunch of guys got together under the auspices of Time's Up," Macy explained. "That's good for men. Men don't talk enough. And we talked."
When asked about the campaign, Macy said we've got to be free to speak the unspeakable and try things.
"So I don't want it to throw a wet blanket on things, and I don't feel that it will, because half the business is women and they're smart and they're hip," he said.
Referring to his daughters, meanwhile, Macy said now is a good time to be a girl.
"I'm proud of this business, because such things as safety in the workplace, that's done," he said. "We're not going back. It's changed in an instant and it's not going back. When it comes to equality in pay, it's inevitable. It's going to happen and it's going to happen quickly. My hat's off to our business."