In Powerful Women’s March Speech, Natalie Portman Reveals She Was Sexualized at Age 12 | 22 Words

In Powerful Women’s March Speech, Natalie Portman Reveals She Was Sexualized at Age 12

By Abi Travis

It's been one year since the last record-breaking women's march and the resistance is showing now signs of stopping. On January 20, 2018, people from every state in the union — and even in several countries around the world — came together to march once again. It's been a heck of a year since the last march. While there's still plenty to resist, there are also so many victories to celebrate. Perhaps one of the most stunning victories of the past 12 months has been the #MeToo movement, as well as the Time's Up legal defense fund the movement inspired. Women who have been sexually harassed, abused, or otherwise exploited have repeatedly shown us all that there is a problem with the way women are treated in today's society and that it's time for a change. Natalie Portman spoke up on the topic of female sexuality at the Los Angeles Women's March, revealing how she was treated as a 12-year-old growing up in the entertainment industry.

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