This year, in round two, they returned in tens of thousands across Washington, New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and other cities of the U.S. and the world in solidarity yet again, with the Women's March continuing the protest against racism, gender bias, and sexual assault. And movie reviewers would mention her "budding breasts" in reviews. "I saw immediately, even as a 13-year-old, that if I somehow happened to communicate sexually I would feel hazardous and that men would feel qualified for talk about and externalize my body to my incredible inconvenience".
After that, Portman started rejecting roles that included a kissing scene and started building a "reputation for basically being prudish, conservative, nerdy, serious".
She said: "At 13 years old, the message from our culture was clear to me". I am obsessed with all the women in my life.
"A commencement was begun on my neighborhood radio show to my eighteenth birthday celebration - indirectly the date that I would be legitimate to lay down with", she said.
Saturday's march comes amid the nationwide #MeToo and Time's Up movements, in which women across industries and class and racial lines have joined their voices to denounce pervasive gender-based violence and to demand an end to sexual harassment and abuse. I mean, it's horrific not to hear these women's names mentioned. I hope I'm defined by my input to the world, my ability to love and to have empathy. "The women who are faceless, the women who don't have the money ... and who don't have the images in our media that gives them a sense of self-worth enough to break their silence that's rooted in the shame of assault".
Viola Davis told attendees of the Women's March in Los Angeles, California, to know that time's up on overlooking women of color in mainstream feminist movements.
Women's March protests took place in various cities in the United States on Saturday.
Sydney's Hyde Park also held a march which saw people chanting "we are unbroken" as they held arms around the border of the park. See a roundup of tweets and Instagram updates from this year's Women's March below.