Female celebrities Amber Tamblyn, Rose McGowan, Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer and many others have banded together for a PSA about sexual assault, targeting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s “locker room talk.”
The celebs and the non-celebs — most of whom are sexual-assault survivors — each hone in on one phrase: “It’s not OK.”
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The video comes more than a week after the release of a 2005 video in which Trump brags about kissing women and grabbing their genitals without their permission.
In recent days, several women have come forward to say that Trump had groped or sexually assaulted them. The Republican nominee has denied the claims, calling the women liars and belittling their appearances.
In the PSA, the women recall their own stories of assault, some even taking place when they were only 12 or 13 years old.
“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’re telling the world, you’re telling everyone that it’s OK to behave that way,” said Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star Amber Tamblyn, who only recently shared her story of sexual assault.
McGowan, too, recently revealed she was raped by a top-level Hollywood executive, who she has not named.
(The PSA was created by the pro-Hillary Clinton collective Humanity for Hillary.)
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