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Nearly everyone at the Golden Globes—at least everyone in the pre-show awards coverage—dressed in black.
That sartorial choice was made to demonstrate support the Time’s Up organization and draw awareness to sexual assault and abuse in the workplace.
Some could say that, as a result, the Golden Globes had a funereal feel about it.
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However, that was not unwelcome. Some aspects of Hollywood, and American culture at large, need to pass away. Hopefully we are witnessing the death of some old, outdated approaches towards sex, consent and gender roles.
On a symbolic level, the black dresses worn by stars like Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, Debra Messing and so many more call to mind what people in that industry might be mourning. They might be mourning the many…