Hollywood really set themselves up to fail by pushing the ridiculous notion that wearing black to the Golden Globes somehow proved they cared about women in their industry or sexual harassment or whatever they decided the black dresses and tuxedos finally meant.
Jenna Jameson and others were less than impressed with the elites patting themselves on the backs and pretending to care about the little people.
I found absolutely NOTHING about the #goldenglobes courageous or groundbreaking when it comes to standing up for women who have endured rapes and sexual attacks. They couldn’t even muster up enough courage to call anyone out by name. #YouAllKnew
— Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) January 8, 2018
They stood around in their black garb and pretended they were doing really important work. Then again, playing pretend is what they do best so maybe that makes sense in a sort of sad and pathetic way.
RX That woman in Iran protesting sans hijab has more courage in her pinky than everyone at the #goldenglobes
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) January 8, 2018
— Andrew Young (@NucMM1retired) January 8, 2018
Because they could have all 3 hours calling names without putting a dent in the list.
— Steve Eubanks (@jseubanks) January 8, 2018