One of our favorite moments of the Golden Globes’ red carpet so far has to be watching actresses Natalie Portman and America Ferrera step onto the red carpet as each other’s dates.
(Some people have girls’ nights at home in front of the TV, some people have girls’ nights during one of the biggest awards shows of the year.) Of course, Portman and Ferrera — both proud feminists activists — are two of the many attendees who wore all black ensembles to the show in support of the #Me Too and #Times Up movements, both of which shine a light on women’s rights and sexual misconduct in the workplace.
She wore clothes that covered up her body both onscreen and off.The hope being this will change the way we look at women's bodies at every age."To people of all genders who are here with us today, let's find a space where we mutually, consensually look out for each other's pleasure and allow the vast limitless range of desire to be expressed," she said.Natalie Portman is pregnant with her second child, and as her due date approaches, she says she has one major fear: Not having enough food.To do this, women need to stand up in Hollywood and beyond and take back those things that men have taken from them, including control of their bodies.That's why it's not only about combatting harassment, but rethinking how we talk about sex.Owns and operates her own film production company, Handsomecharlie Films, with Annette Savitch.