Introduction:Recent major candidates have been outed and some have 50 women victims come forward accusing them of sexual assault. Producer writer and also an actor whose name is none other than Harvey Weinstein is most recent. An outstanding 84 victims including seven additional women who would like to remain anonymous have been made public since October 5, 2017. Focus #1:Most female celebrities feel as though they have been sexually harassed or assaulted by producers of any kind in the entertainment industry. The true definition of sexual harassment is the “harassment (typically of a woman) in a workplace, or other professional or social situation, involving the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks.” This has been an issue for longer than we can even imagine. The reason why no one has come out about this before is because those women that have been sexually harassed or assaulted were afraid that these powerful people would ruin their career in the industry otherwise known as blackmail.Focus #2:The next major candidate is James Franco. He was accused for inappropriate behavior with four of his students that took Franco’s acting classes in Studio four film school. He denied any allegations of sexual misconduct saying in an interview with Stephen Colbert on CBS, “I completely support people coming out and being able to have a voice because they haven’t had a voice for so long. I don’t want to shut them down in any way. It’s a good thing I support.”Focus #3:All of these allegations all come together in a movement called TimesUp. You may or may not have heard of it so let me just give you a refresher. The TimesUp movement was where actresses wore a black dress and actors wore black suits to support their minimum donation of $25.00 for the victims of sexual abuse, assault, harassment, etc. In Hollywood, more than 300 women are fighting sexual misconduct in the industry. At the Grammys on January 28, 2018 apparently celebrities are going to wear white roses in order to show their support of the TimesUp movement according to US Weekly Magazine.