When Oprah asked the women if some had joined the campaign after having personally endured sexual misconduct or assault, both Witherspoon and Ferrera spoke of their experiences.
UPDATE, with video Oprah Winfrey's Time's Up gathering of prominent Hollywood women - including Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon, Kathleen Kennedy and Natalie Portman, among others - on CBS Sunday Morning today seemed to agree on more than just the general need for Hollywood's harassment reckoning.
Organized by more than 300 powerful women in Hollywood, Time's Up is an initiative that aims to combat sexual harassment and assault in workplaces around the country with a number of mechanisms, including legislation and a legal defense fund that provides support to women who wish to report assault or harassment but face legal hurdles to do so. I hear you. And was speaking to you last Sunday when I said.
TIME'S UP is a unified call for change from women in entertainment for women everywhere. And when the truth is said, there is maybe a ripple in our culture right now that is going to allow for there to be a change'. "We're all humans. I think it's treating people as fellow humans".
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"I'm not here to make that decision", said Witherspoon, prompting laughter.
Winfrey's own speech at the Golden Globes before her interview with the Time's Up organizers echoed these sentiments.
The Farrow part of the discussion concluded with Winfrey narrating, "It should be noted that Allen has denied Dylan's allegations and, following two investigations, no charges have ever been filed against him". And while the women found some of Oprah's questions easy to answer, when it came to reconciling and forgiving those who have been accused of sexual misconduct, the path forward was much more complex.
"I'd like to believe the time's up for silence", Kennedy said. Is there room for reconciliation? But a lot of people don't think that right now - and a lot of women have the right to not feel that right now'.
"Can't we live in that space where it's okay for perpetrators to be a little bit uncomfortable with what the consequences will be?"