After the video of Donald Trump's disturbing comments about women was released by The Washington Post on Oct. 7, women began sharing their own stories of assault using the viral hashtag #NotOkay. Now, a video sponsored by a group called Humanity for Hillary puts a face to similar stories and shuts down Trump's excuse that his comments were "just words."
Amber Tamblyn, who also shared her harrowing tale of sexual assault recently, Meryl Streep, Rose McGowan, Whoopi Goldberg, and Amy Schumer are just some of the women who appear in the video to condemn Trump's words as "not OK."
The goal of the video is to demonstrate that words that condone sexual assault are inexorably tied to action. "I think people like Donald Trump will never understand the correlation that women understand between words and actions," Tamblyn eloquently explains. "When you're a man in a position of power and you talk that way publicly and you say those things, you are telling the world, you are telling everyone that it's OK to behave that way."
"We're not going to take it anymore."