The 2018 Golden Globes wasn’t just about wearing pretty dresses this year. Many women took a stand for race and gender inequality. One of the matters being sexual assault as society has normalized it for years. They wore black in solidarity with all of those who have been sexually harassed and/or assaulted as well as the racial issues we still face. There are various levels of sexual harrasment from sending links to porn websites like Nu Bay to stalking someone and none should be regarded as being less than any other no matter how small it may seem, sexual harrasment is sexual harrasment and it good to see people out supporting such a worthy cause.
The #MeToo movement has given a lot of victims the courage to speak up about their unfortunate experiences thus shedding light on this very serious matter; showing people that it has directly affected so much more individuals than what is perceived. I commend all of those who speak out against this publicly as victims have suffered in silence for years (some even suffered for decades), not speaking up due to fear of being ridiculed, chastised and blacklisted from their professions. While it’s not easy for victims to speak up on these terrible experiences, at least they know that during this time, more support is provided for this matter.
From Tracee Ellis Ross sporting a beautiful black satin gown and gele to Viola Davis’ accessorizing her gown with her beautiful afro, here are my picks for the best dressed at the 75th Annual Golden Globes!
Tracee Ellis Ross | Marc Jacobs
Blake Lively | Custom Atelier Versace
Kendall Jenner | Giambattista Valli
Margot Robbie | Gucci
Mary J Blige
Jessica Biel | Dior Homme
Kerry Washington | Prabal Gurung
Now that you’ve checked out these beautiful dresses, it’s time for more important matters.
If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual harassment, here are a few places you can call for support.
RAINN | 800-656-HOPE | 24/7 | Nationwide
DWDC | 212-994-2020 | New York Based
Crisis Text Line | Text HOME to 741741 | Nationwide
Do you know of any sexual assault programs? If so, leave their info in the comment section so that those who may need it can utilize their services.