In the wake of the UCSB massacre, the #YesAllWomen hashtag has blown up on Twitter as thousands share their stories and ideas on misogyny in our society. Some of your favorite stars are sharing their thoughts, too.
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In the wake of the UCSB massacre, #YesAllWomen is turning the world’s eyes toward the blatant misogyny women experience every single day, and some of your favorite celebrities are sharing their stories and thoughts.
Not so much joining in on the #YesAllWomen bandwagon are Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow, who slammed Washington Post writer Ann Hornaday for saying movies like Neighbors and others help create a culture that objectifies women.
Other non-celebs weighed in, sharing their own disturbing everyday experiences on what it’s like to be a woman in a culture that still perpetuates sexism in both subtle and obvious ways.