Rose McGowan Calls Out ‘Hypocrisy’ Of Meryl Streep And Others Planning To Wear Black At Golden Globes

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Stars like Meryl Streep and several other actresses are formulation on wearing black to a Golden Globes this year to criticism gender inequality and furnish a wordless criticism that they wish will pronounce volumes during a endowment show, though Rose McGowan, for one, isn’t carrying any of it.

McGowan took to Twitter on Saturday dusk and called out Streep by name, indicating out ‘hypocrisy’ and a fact that a gowns would ‘affect no genuine change’ in a satirical twitter that… done some sense, if we’re being honest.

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Here’s what McGowan wrote in full per Streep and ‘The Pig Monster’ Harvey Weinstein (below):


Strongly oral from Rose, though she is kind of right — criticism gestures can be critical and powerful, though wearing black gowns during a Golden Globes isn’t going to pierce a needle on passionate bungle as many as it’s going to lift recognition to a harassment… that has already been bravely and impossibly lifted all opposite America by hundreds and hundreds (and thousands!) of women in all high-profile walks of life entrance forward.

We’re in a midst of a sea change here. Black gowns are a good gesture, though maybe we’re past that already, and we can pierce on to discernible actions?

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Just a thought!!!

Of course, this isn’t a initial time McGown has called out Streep, possibly (below):


Thoughts, Perezcious readers?!

Where do we tumble on a whole black robe controversy???

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