Sunday night's Golden Globes were the first big televised award show since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke. An enormous number of women have come forward to accuse the famous Hollywood producer of sexual assault and targeted harassment, including blacklisting them and stunting their careers.
The story opened the floodgates; women everywhere have been coming forward about abusers, and so have men. No one was sure exactly how the night would go.
Activists and Hollywood elite have banded together to create an organization called Time's Up, which promotes gender equality and combats abuse. Attendees wore black in solidarity with the victims who have been coming forward about their experiences under the hashtag #MeToo. And people did not hold back about a change that is on the way.