'Hollywood fakery': These women never cared about rape before

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The 44-year-old actress was one of the first women to come forward and accuse disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct last year, when she claimed he entered a settlement with her to keep the details of his alleged harassment a secret.

Rose McGowan, another Weinstein accuser who earlier blasted the idea that stars wear black to the show, tweeted to Argento that she had "no time for Hollywood fakery" coming from, as she put it, "fancy people wearing black to honor our rapes". Do U C the hypocrisy here? "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.

The black attire and #TimesUp pins at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards were meant to bring attention to the plight of victims of sexual assault, harassment and inequality.

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Feldman has described paedophilia as the "number one secret" in Hollywood and said he and his fellow child star, Corey Haim, were sexually abused as children in the industry.

On their website the Times Up campaign outlines its mission as a call for change "from women in entertainment for women everywhere".

Previous year saw a painful and long-overdue reckoning in Hollywood, as a flood of sexual misconduct, harassment and assault allegations made it clear that this is an endemic problem.

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But Patricia Arquette, an activist who used her best-actress acceptance speech to send a message about equal pay in 2015, had a different reaction to not getting a Globes invite: "Who cares!" Before the Golden Globes, McGowan railed hard against Meryl Streep and the widespread planned action of wearing black in protest, insisting in a since-deleted tweet that "YOUR SILENCE is THE problem. Maybe you should all wear Marchesa". In video remarks before the panel, McGowan asked reporters to refrain from saying Weinstein's name and to ask respectful questions to acknowledge her humanity. And I have been working on my whistle blowing and taking the motherf**king Monster down for 20 years.

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.

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