Warning: This post contains some descriptions of sexual assault occasions.
Actresses like Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer and Rose McGowan are among the celebrity faces that appeared in a video protesting against Donald Trump. Along with these actresses are other women who have experienced sexual assault.[perfectpullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”#ED2525″ class=”” size=”16″]“It’s Not OK”[/perfectpullquote]
The video clip as seen below, titled “It’s Not OK”, was produced by pro-Clinton group Humanity for Hillary. These are mix of footage from the leaked 2005 audio tape in which Trump talks about touching and kissing women with first person accounts of sexual assault. It also showed some of the clips of Trump dismissing his comments as “locker room talk” and claiming all the subsequent allegations of assault against him are false, then weighed with recollections from women about times they’ve been sexually assaulted.
Also lined up saying that “it’s not OK” to Trump are actresses Whoopi Goldberg, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Lena Dunham, including actress Amber Tamblyn, who earlier this month, publicly revealed her own experience of assault.[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”Amber Tamblyn” link=”” color=”#ED2525″ class=”” size=”16″]”I think people like Donald Trump will never understand the correlation that women understand between words and actions. Especially when you’re a man in a position of power and you talk that way publicly … you are telling the world that it’s OK to behave that way.”[/perfectpullquote]
Monday, Donald Trump’s wife Melania, appeared on CNN to defend her husband. She told Anderson Cooper that Trump was “egged on” into “boy talk” during the 2005 incident. She iterated that the multiple accuations of assault against Trump are “lies.”