According to Amber Tamblyn, nothing has substantially changed in Hollywood since the movement Time’s Up comes to mind for women to the common sexual harassment in the movie industry to stop. “It still happens, at this time.”
“I have friends who are exactly now very brutal experiences,” says the actress in an interview with reporter Jodi Kantor of the New York Times. “We are a bit safer,” she admits. But she is firmly convinced that the male actors accused of sexual abuse on the set, simply wait until the fuss has blown over and then their comeback. “Believe me, they simply wait, they’re betting on us to be exhausted will hit.”
Also think Tamblyn that teenage girls who audition, you still be pressured to do things against their will. “Absolutely it happens, 100 percent for sure.” And the equality for colored women and transgendervrouwen is still far to search, she observes. “To their equality makes no pressure, certainly not in this government, so already there are things to change, there is still a lot of work to do.”
Time’s Up was in January of this year launched to raise funds so that women’s legal aid to be able to get when she charges to do against sexual abuse or harassment. The network is currently more than 700 lawyers and there are already 3000 requests were taken into consideration. Tamblyn is working for the foundation, together with Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman.
Wahlberg donates 1.5 million to the Time’s Up
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