All-black at 2018 Golden Globe Awards to protest sexual harassment: USA

All-black at 2018 Golden Globe Awards to protest sexual harassment: USA

All-black at 2018 Golden Globe Awards to protest sexual harassment: USA

The decision comes at a time when Hollywood has been rocked by sexual harassment allegations against film directors including Harvey Weinstein.

Many Hollywood actresses have been vocal in rallying against sexual harassment in the industry. It's a safe bet that numerous women who will be attending the ceremony this year will be donning all black.

Female presenters and attendees alike are planning on wearing all black; so far, sources say, at least 30 women are on-board.

There has also been chatter in the industry recently about red-carpet protocol and the age-old question, "Who are you wearing?" And Time Magazine awarded their person of the year to the #MeToo movement, after millions of women shared their stories on social media.

Women in Hollywood are making a statement.

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"I found that heartbreaking and can only think he didn't understand the movement that was happening".

"All of the female actresses and attendees, or a lot of them at least, who are going to the Golden Globes, are standing in solidarity together in a form of protest". They are just the ones being recognized.

"The campaign is #AskHerMore, not #DontAskHer", she said. "But we can not focus exclusively on fashion and these women's appearances over everything else".

As the first event of the packed awards season calendar, the Globes often serves as a forecast for the award shows ahead - predicting everything from who will win the best actor and actress gongs to political stands that will be made across recipient speeches and red carpet appearances.

Some sources said that while it could begin at the January 7 award show, the protest could continue throughout awards season.

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