Celebrities have been planning for weeks to wear black on tonight’s Golden Globes red carpet, an expression of solidarity with Me Too and a plea for Hollywood’s climate of sexual harassment to never return to the status quo. But how will that actually play out in practice? Can a night that normally represents glamour, wealth, and traditional ideas of beauty display the sort of solemnity that such a protest demands? The actor Amber Tamblyn suggested as much in a New York Times op-ed, published Sunday just hours before the carpet was set to begin, and presumably when she herself would have normally been getting ready. Maybe not this year, though. She wrote: We actresses are not just modeling clothing when we walk a red carpet on award show night. We are modeling a kind of behavior. We are speaking in a coded language to other women — even young girls — that says: The way I look and what I wear and how I wear it is the standard for women. What is being worn is not an exception. It is the rule. You must dress a certain way and look a certain way if you want to be valued… Read full this story
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