If there’s one video to watch today to give you hope and keep you motivated, make it this one.
Legendary actress and singer Barbra Streisand had words to say about a lot of different subjects in her recent interview with Variety.
Perhaps what was most rousing of all was what she said in relation to the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements.
Barbra talked about being “proud of women” and “the power that they have when they stick together” to “form a more perfect union.” “I’m just proud of the women coming forth and saying this [sexual assault] has to stop,” she said.
“Women are tired of being insulted and put down, condescended to, tired of the quid pro quo, and they’re doing something about it. That’s what happens when you have women sticking together in a sisterhood. They become so powerful.”
“I think things are moving in the right direction,” she added, also speaking about her happiness that young people are now advocating for gun control. “That to me, the children are our future, the children are going to make this happen, I believe that,” she emotionally concludes.
.@BarbraStreisand on #MeToo and #TimesUp movements: "Women are tired of being insulted, put down, condescended to, tired of the quid pro quo. And they're doing something about it" https://t.co/c8mvV9ziQw pic.twitter.com/h5wdqquuW9
— Variety (@Variety) February 27, 2018