Many people think the outfit uniformity is an awesome show of solidarity for victims and survivors of sexual harassment and assault.
And we have to agree!
It’s important to listen to and believe the victims who have come forward to share their stories. Having a concrete way to show that you’re listening is all the more valuable.
And of course there are people who don't think the actresses are doing enough.
But hey, if you can show your support for sexual assault victims and look good while doing it, why the heck not?
As it turns out, the actresses aren’t the only ones who are wearing black in solidarity.
There's an entire movement called #ThursdaysInBlack where people wear black on Thursdays to support victims of sexual assault.
You probably could have put that together yourself.
Anyway, if you’re looking for a way to show that you stand with survivors (and dress like a movie star at the same time), maybe you could adopt the #ThursdaysInBlack movement, too!
Here's an interesting take on what the actresses could do rather than wearing black:
Not a bad idea, although we’re fans of any idea that proves people are paying attention to the world around them and rooting for the good guys instead of the bad ones that have been able to enjoy successes in spite of their deplorable behaviors.
Here's another idea of what the Golden Globes could do to show that they're truly interested in making the world a better place for women:
Look, we have a long way to go in a lot of areas.
But this is an awesome first step. We look forward to seeing the black dresses at the show!