Fresh off spearheading the accusations against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and calling for accountability for those who have been and remain complicit, actress Rose McGowan delivered an emotional speech at the Women's Convention in Detroit.
"I have been silenced for 20 years," McGowan told a crowd of 5,000.
"What happened to me behind the scenes happens to all of us in this society," McGowan said, explaining how her following -- which calls itself "RoseArmy" -- is not named for her, but the flower, bearing beauty and thorns that inflict justice and consequence.
McGowan also emphasized that sexual harassment is not isolated to Hollywood, but its male-oriented messaging contributes to a culture of ignoring women and their stories, noting that the Director's Guild of America is 96 percent male.
Rather than focusing on Weinstein, who McGowan has insinuated raped her, the actress used the platform to speak out against other sexual abusers.
"I came to be a voice for all of us who have been told that we are nothing. For all us who have been looked down on. For all of us who have been grabbed by the motherf---ing p----," she announced, referencing Donald Trump's infamous Access Hollywood tape, where the reality show host was caught on a hot mic making the same brand of unwanted advances.
"P---- grab back. Women grab back," McGowan cheered, "The scarlett letter is not ours. We are strong. We are brave and we will fight!"