Many actresses have been coming out in the last week to share their stories of sexual harassment and, in some cases, sexual assault and even rape at the hands of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Other Tinseltown celebrities, such as Meryl Streep, Judi Dench, Jessica Chastain, and Mark Ruffalo, have publicly condemned Weinstein for his actions.

Lena Dunham, the star of HBO’s “Girls” and Hollywood’s resident feminist, responded to the allegations against Weinstein by tweeting, “The woman who chose to speak about their experience of harassment by Harvey Weinstein deserve our awe.

It’s not fun or easy. It’s brave.” Hollywood’s other resident feminist, Amber Tamblyn, who was herself sexually harassed by actor James Woods when she was starting out, tweeted in response, “Heed the mantra and never forget: Women. Have. Nothing. To. Gain. And. Everything. To Lose. By. Coming. forward.”

Police in London and in New York have begun investigating the crimes of Harvey Weinstein, looking into what the actresses accusing him have claimed to see if there is any corroborating evidence that could lead arrests and, hopefully, convictions, so that the many leagues of actresses that he has assaulted and traumatised and made to suffer over the years can finally have some semblance of closure and justice, but of course, it is the courts system, so if there is a conviction, it’ll be ten years from now and it won’t reflect nearly as much as he deserves.

Rose McGowan calls Harvey Weinstein’s business associates ‘complicit’ in his crimes

Actress Rose Mcgowan, who is one of Weinstein’s accusers, has tweeted to say that “anyone does business” with Harvey Weinstein (without actually naming him, but she suggested it was him) is “complicit” in his crimes. She said that his business associates should know “deep down” that they are “even dirtier.” She then advised that they “cleanse” themselves.