The initiative Time’s up or #Timesup is an attempt by our leading ladies of Hollywood to bring a Harassment free 2018.

The year 2017 had a lot of harassment related incidents came to surface. Hollywood personalities also joined the #metoo wagon to come out with their experiences.

The start of this year has started with a vigor. #metoo is not sufficient as it’s time for #Timeup. Time’s up is an initiative by 300 powerful women in Hollywood.

Actresses, producers, executives, and other entertainment industry power players — including Eva Longoria, Natalie Portman, Reese Witherspoon, Amber Tamblyn, Shonda Rhimes, America Ferrera, Kerry Washington, Emma Stone, Ashley Judd,  and Lena Waithe aims to stop/take down cases of sexual harassment in Hollywood as well in a blue collar job.

This  journey to improve the state of the world started with – a full-page ad in The New York Times. The Ad also features in the Spanish-language La Opinion paper.


#timesup  is trying to approach the sexual harasment issue on a broader scale. It is basically a organisation that will raise fund to help survivors of sexual assault and harassment. Not just legally but physically, monetarily and of course emotionally.
More that money it is about support, getting people together to raise awareness. Making harassers scared of their actions and its repercussions.
The #timesup organisation is showered with love from all across. From the leading ladies Proudly sharing their initiatives to  and urging their fans, followers, friends and family to help the cause and to share the news.

well, #Timesup isn’t just about being against something but to stand in Solidarity against any injustice. 2017, might be marked as a black year due the revelations that surfaced but 2018 will certainly be marked a revolutionary year. There is only one catch in the situation… Your Support is always necessary.

Let’s make a New Year Resolution to support #Timesup initiative by coming out of our shell. As Time’s up now website mention “Time’s up on silence. Time’s up on waiting. Time’s up on tolerating discrimination, harassment and abuse.” You can visit the website Times up Now to sign the solidarity letter & donate to the Legal Defense Fund.”