Black Mirror actress Andrea said she finds it hard to get out of bed in the morning because of the sexually immoral actions she experiences every week.
Andrea Riseborough admitted this horrifying truth about the entertainment industry at the press junket of her brand new film The Death of Stalin.
When she was asked whether she had ever faced such sexually inappropriate behaviors or anything like that, she answered: “Sexually inappropriacy in my industry? Absolutely. Almost every week.
“It makes it so just difficult sometimes to get out of bed because you have to feel like you bolster yourself.
“You know those bumpers in the two lanes when you go bowling? I go out there with two of them, metaphorically, every day.
Andrea further said: “I’m sure you do too, it’s not exclusive to our industry I don’t think…
“Until you’re, as a woman, in that situation, the pressure that you feel and that awkwardness and the inappropriate comments.
“The way that makes you feel, what it does to you, eventually it’s psychologically very damaging.”
To showcase the actual case of sexual harassment, women all around the world are sharing two words on their social media accounts.
Those who have faced such sexual assault are writing “me too” on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and social media. This step not only indicates the widespread global problem but also shows defiance.
The campaign follows continuing allegations of sexual harassment and rape made against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein
A huge number of famed actresses such as Angelina Jolie,, Gwyneth Paltrow and Rose McGowan, have openly accused the producer Harvey of sexual assault, rape, bullying, and intimidation.
The movie mogul, in a statement, denies the claims of rape. He insists sexual relations he had were consensual.
By now, the noticeable #metoo hashtag has been used more than 2,00,000 times on social media like Facebook, Twitter, etc. The term #metoo earned force after actress Alyssa Milano asked victims on her Twitter account to come together and show some solidarity.
If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet. pic.twitter.com/k2oeCiUf9n
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 15, 2017