Actresses will wear black at the Golden Globes to protest sexual harassment

black dress protestWho knew? All it takes is a LBD – little black dress. Such brave, fighting womyn!

From MSN: Stylish has learned from sources close to the 2018 Golden Globe Awards that many of the female actress who will be attending the show will be wearing black dresses as a sign of protest against sexual harassment and assault in the entertainment industry.

Sources also suggest it was originally a small group of actresses planning to wear the shade in solidarity but, as the word has gotten out in Hollywood, more actresses have gotten onboard and currently 30 are planning to participate.

“This movement is spreading rampantly and pretty much all the nominated women and others attending are participating,” according to an insider. “All the stylists who already did fittings are now changing out their clients’ original picks for Globes (potentially shifting those dresses to the SAG Awards or other carpets).” The heat is now on to pull black dresses or husttle to get new onyx frocks made!

This comes on the heels of a wave of women coming forward with stories of suffering workplace harassment featuring major industry players Harvey Weinstein and Bret Ratner. While we have yet to hear specific names, the list of nominees include a slew of A-listers who could join in showing their stance in the fight against discrimination by wearing the dark hue.

This isn’t the only Awards-show statement planned for early 2018 — the presenter list at the SAG Awards, which air on January 21, will be made up entirely of women and will be hosted by Kristen Bell.

The 2018 Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Seth Meyers, will air on NBC on Sunday, January 7, at 8 p.m. ET.

DCG

64 responses to “Actresses will wear black at the Golden Globes to protest sexual harassment

  1. And no doubt their black gowns will expose plenty of Ts and As ’cause they don’t want no sex harassment. /sarc

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  2. that third dress barely covers her private parts

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  3. Maybe these FollyWood Whoa-myn would feel more comfortable & protected & more safe if they were wearing a full-body black burka..

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    • EddieBG . . . . very good point! I certainly do agree, many of these women have literally sold their souls in pursuit of big money, by appearing nude in films, portraying any umber of sexual acts, in their pursuit many have offered up their bodies to gain favor. The only problem is, when bimbos are a dime a dozen, why would men treat them in a respectful manner? Wearing a stupid black dress does not take away the culpability that women have played in this whole debacle.

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    • It was my idea too. Plus they can drape their faces in black right to the eyes.
      I think they will look even more attractive.

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  4. Boycott all of these pathetic awards shows! Just a bunch of high paid whores patting themselves on the back. They don’t mind being used by powerful men at all, so long as it profits them. They have been protecting these men for decades.

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    • Maryaha . . . I’m 100% in favor of that action. You are right on the money when you wrote . . . “They don’t mind being used by powerful men at all, so long as it profits them. They have been protecting these men for decades. All of a sudden, it is the popular thing to cry out to over the “men’s behavior,” but let’s not mention the part they played in these outrageous acts. When we watch drivel such as this, we are buying into this whole scheme.

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  5. You mean the Golden Globe STRIP-CLUB Awards, right? 😉

    Good grief, why bother wearing anything? As Dr. E said above, if they are so worried re sexual harassment, they should COVER UP MORE, not less, in whatever color … & then just put a black bag over their FAT heads.

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  6. My question is WHY they should have protested when it happened instead of go along to get along. Had this been brought up at the time it happened I would have championed them but my respect is earned and they didn’t earn it. Don’t mean to sound harsh but its still part of the pattern that is going on in this country that needs to stop before we don’t have a country.

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    • Brian . . . . Amen to that! There is no doubt that when impressionable young people see all this depravity, they think this is definitely the way things should be.

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  7. as they walk by, all the cameras should turn down and deny these attention-seekers what they want most…
    the females will go into withdrawal not getting their attention

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  8. Kevin J Lankford

    If these pictures are true examples, looks like they are asking for more.

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  9. This is a protest?
    How about another deliberate provocation of more of the same conduct their complaining about.
    Just another racket and we believe this jokes and take them seriously?
    We get what we deserve.

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  10. I don’t know about you all, but I’m sick and tired of hearing these snively-whiny ho’s in black. These attention-craved nuts are carrying water for the “Let’s get Trump” morons. Maybe we should all quit publishing their self-serving BS.

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  11. The star struck zombies will watch, fawning and fussing over those phony intellectuals no matter what. Think I’ll break down a vacuum cleaner and do preventive maintenance.

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  12. I won’t be watching. Will you? As a matter of fact I shut off my cable. I am so loving watching rabbit ear TV, saving a ton of money and sending a REAL message. You can turn off the shows you are boycotting but as long as the cable companies get their money each month they really don’t care what you watch. Set yourself free and get rid of cable TV. Then get rid of the smart phone. We are now saving about $400 per month.

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  13. These mostly-Liberals are ALL about symbolism,aren’t they? Always Demonstrating by,as in this case,wearing black to symbolize their rage over the Hollyweird sexual abuse,which they were accepting of for probably 50 years until protesting it became “fashionable”.
    At the risk of being unsympathetic to their stated cause,I believe if they report the crime of sexual assault or rape,but don’t have proof of a crime to present,it can be assumed there WAS no crime,and THAT is against the law. Also,there needs to be a time limit for bringing accusations to light,since after a few years no amount of investigation would bring substantial results.
    we need to get a handle on this!

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  14. Who cares? The only ones watching will be harassers and “harassees”.

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  15. To me the point is that, if their owners tell them to make jerky from babies, they’ll do it. Have you ever seen such mindless, fabricated garbage like this? What will it he next week?

    They try to poke God in the eye, day after day with “multiple genders” and “queer sex” and “abortion”. Then they get “indignant” about alleged unwanted sexual advances? Really?

    They are not really “outraged” about anything unless they think its to their advantage to be so. The last people on earth I’ll take counsel from will be Hollywood slime.

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  16. I have much sympathy for any woman who is raped or abused. I find it much harder to muster any sympathy for a woman who trades sex for a movie role or better parts in movies. There is a word for women who capitalize on their bodies for money. We all know it.

    I was actually speaking with my wife today, about women who walk around dressed half naked, with their various body parts hanging out, or with clothes so tight, like blue jeans that look painted on, that you could read whether a dime is heads or tails in their back pocket. Then these same women have the gall to act all angry when men stare at them. This is ingenuous at best. Men, while it pains me to say it, are really quite simple beings. We are visually stimulated by women, while women are much more complex, and I can not even try to claim to know what makes them tick, although I do know that romance is a large part of it, along with security and trust, while looks also enter into the mix somewhere.

    And no, I gave up watching those awards shows several years ago, when they became nothing more than political hit jobs, and pat the liberal on the back time.

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  17. And looking back over this, I realize that the word is disingenuous.

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  18. They should make it a “pot luck”. Hillary could bring some of her “Eye of Newt” and Meryl Streep could whip up some steamed bat wings. Maybe they could throw in some “Spirit Cakes” from Marina.

    I’m so looking forward to watching them rattle their jewelry at each other (not!).

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  19. great wearing black that shoes legs, cleavage, a quarter of breasts, exposed hips, it’s a wonder that the males attending do not call sexual harassment…….

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  20. You know, thinking back a number of years, probably a decade, it is indeed a shame. My wife and I used to go to the occasional movie. We tried to pick the winners of the Oscars in local newspaper contests, and watched the show on television, with me even taking the night off from my third shift job once to stay home and watch it with her. News flash, we didn’t stay on the show, but flipped back and forth to another show that was more interesting. But it simply became too hard to force ourselves to go to the movies and spend the money on the garbage that Hollywood put out, with no originality and no shame. And then the Oscars show itself became what it is now, and my wife doesn’t even turn to it from what ever show she is watching to see any of the winners, but just looks it up the next day. It used to be fun to watch Billy Joel or the other host and their opening number, which was entertaining and in good taste. Now from what I have heard, it is non stop politics and liberal shots fired at the conservatives of the nation. So I now either try to learn things from the internet, which can be used as a wonderful tool, or a source for perversion, or I read. And I am much better off.

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  21. If I were to watch, which I won’t, I bet the pretty ones will be blacked-out in sexy little whore dresses. The old battle-scarred ones(Meryl Streep) will wear whatever covers up their wrinkles and sags, in black.

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  22. I’m sure all twelve viewers will be impressed.

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  23. WILLIAM R TURNER

    I KNOW WOMEN SHOULD BE ABLE TO WEAR WHAT THEY WANT BUT WHY WEAR SOMETHING SO PROVOCATIVE AND THEN COMPLAIN WHEN YOU GET COMMENTS YOU DONT LIKE? SORT OF LIKE A SKIN HEAD WEARING A TSHIRT WITH NAZI SYMBOLS ALL OVER IT.

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  24. Well let’s face it, Hollywierds brave casting couch winners can not wear white.

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  25. Hmmmmm … Maybe to protest sexual harassment they should wear clothes that actually cover themselves up !!!!

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  26. So… Doesn’t matter if the tits and ass are hanging out, as long as they’re wearing black? Okay, I’ll make note of that: “Must be respectful of whores wearing black”… There, got it.

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  27. Wearing next to nothing in no way helps your cause. You put a for sale sign out and you demand respect at the same time. Sorry, I don’t buy it.

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  28. So they will dress like sluts….makes sense to me lol

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  29. It’s advertisement for the next executive who needs a Hollywood Hooker.

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  30. Nothing says protest by years of silence and participatation than wearing sexy dresses.

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  31. So you’re walking around with your tits out to protest being treated like objects?

    Damn, you people ARE stupid!

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  32. Don’t get me wrong, sexual harassment is wrong and unacceptable. However, look at their state of dress in the photos. You can’t display yourself in such a manner not expect some sort of reaction. Put some clothes on and have more respect for yourself rather than parading around displaying yourself.

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  33. What’s the big deal here? Haven’t “Witches” always worn BLACK???

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  34. Wearing those outfits to protest sexual harassment, makes about as much sense as hookers protesting prostitution!

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  35. Maybe we could start a write-in campaign to have them burn Lena Dunham on stage in protest?

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  36. Stay away from Linda Sarsour’s mosque.

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  37. What a joke!!! So they decided to protest the sleazy men in Hollywood & wear dresses that r so revealing they look like whores!!! Their nothing but teasers & not that I’m condoning sexual harassment, but this is NO WAY to show your against it!! All these award shows should be banned since it’s been only the chance for these idiots in Hollywood to bash our Pres!! I will not waste my time on them anymore anyway so I could give a crap what their wearing, not wearing or saying!!! Their all pathetic!!

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  39. Instead of wearing a slutty purple or red dress, better don the slutty black dress. After all, its a serious protest against treating women like sex objects .

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  40. Men, we are to choose one of three doors. Behind door number one is a lady truly seeking a man; behind door number two is a a teaser seeking nothing but attention; and behind door number three is grope bait and her litigation attorney.

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  41. Protesting sexual harassment while dressing like a hooker is more an advertisement than a protest.

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  42. And watch how much skin you see! Then they want to scream sexual harassment

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  43. So, why not just wear black “thongs” and “pasties” and then DARE anyone to be sexually aroused by this…so the nearly naked ” pole dancer” can go to court and accuse others of sexual thoughts/harassment? GEEZ LOUIZZZEEEE….these (absolutely inane/STUPID) shows have turned into a “Vegas” strip show aired on public television. They are morally debased, showmanship on the level of a circus barker, not very “novel” anymore, and I turned them off years ago when “Jay-Lo” wore her “glued on gown” over her nearly bared breasts, belly and whole length of her legs….It seems so LONG AGO…but….Hollyweird has NOT given up the “one-upmanship” since then…and so, between her and aged, naked Cher…these sorts of awards things keep rolling over the public in prime time AS THOUGH they are “general culture.” Maybe so. Maybe they are….but I’m NOT just “general culture.” I think I’m a cut above. I think a lot of Americans join me in my sentiments about this…..I think they, too, are a cut above all this.

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  44. And for dressing without class, these actresses deserve the fact that I will be boycotting the Golden Globe awards.

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  45. lets get one thing straight….Harassment has nothing to do with person wearing sexy clothes, sexual attraction or even lust “Sexual Harassment” and/or “Sexual Assault” is about POWER – one person using their position over another person to demean and get what they want – pure and simple.
    It does not matter what someone wears – it is NOT the victims fault, stop perpetuating rape culture!!!

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    • I love how you put sexual assault and sexual harassment in quotation marks. Why is that? Now you see, I can put “rape culture” in quotation marks, too. Does that mean there are qualifiers?
      You betcha. Feminists can’t have it anyway they determine. There is evil in the world and they should recognize that running around naked and calling yourself a slut just might contribute to rape culture.
      From your post: “It does not matter what someone wears…”
      If they wear nothing while calling themselves a slut is that “pure and simple?”


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  46. Dear Wendy. “SEXY ” clothing is about power, too. “SEXY” clothing or nudity is about the power to incite carnal feelings/control over other’s basic human yearnings toward one…..for one…..or about one’s base human physical urge to participate in the human release of sexuality. It IS a POWER weilded by both males and females over the thousands of years of human copulation and reproduction. Without this, in antiquity…or recent past…or very recently….you might not be here today.

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