Rose McGowan Slams 'Hollywood Fakery' of Black-Dress Protest at Golden Globes

Rose McGowan Slams 'Hollywood Fakery' of Black-Dress Protest at Golden Globes

Rose McGowan took to Twitter to criticize attendees of the 2018 Golden Globes who chose to wore black in an effort to take a stand against sexual harassment in support of the Time's Up initiative.

However McGowan was quick to point out that many of those on the red carpet had not raised objections to the treatment of women in the industry in the past.

In follow-up tweets, actress Rosanna Arquette - who also accused Weinstein of abuse - added that she hadn't been invited either, and neither had her alleged fellow victims Mira Sorvino, Annabella Sciorra, and Daryl Hannah.

And not one of those fancy people wearing black to honour our rapes would have lifted a finger had it not been so.

Eighties child star Corey Feldman also weighed in on the conversation, saying he wasn't invited to the event despite highlighting an "epidemic" in Hollywood back in 2013. Many are still praising Oprah Winfrey's speech where she called out sexual harassment in politics and in Hollywood.

Her fans and those who want to help her make the change are called the #RoseArmy and they want revenge, justice as well as a reckoning for those who take advantage of and hurt people they have power over.

"YOUR SILENCE is THE problem".

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As detailed by McGowan, executive producer and reality Svengali Jonathan Murray and showrunner Andrea Metz, "Citizen Rose" started to come together several months before a series of bombshell reports in the New Yorker and the New York Times led to Weinstein's precipitous downfall and thrust McGowan into the spotlight. I despise your hypocrisy.

So it's not surprising that when I asked McGowan if she thought there was any way for something like Time's Up to effect change from within the broken systems it's trying to transform, I barely got my question out before she responded with an unequivocal, "No".

Viewers have also given mixed reviews to the protest.

"I wish we had better language", she said. "I Am Cait", its documentary series about Caitlyn Jenner and her new life as a trans woman went off the air after two sluggish seasons.

Polianna said: "I see it differently, they have the world's media focused on them at this event, numerous actors have brought activists & talked about their activism".

"I knew others were out there", McGowan says in the newly released trailer. "There is no way the media would ever give this much coverage to these activists".

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