Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman Expresses Concern Over Women’s Safety in Workplace

Renowned actress Natalie Portman has voiced her apprehension regarding the physical safety of women in the workplace, highlighting ongoing challenges despite progress in raising awareness about workplace misconduct.

Portman, who notably signed a letter to The New York Times alongside prominent figures like Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria, emphasized the need to address the issue of sexual misconduct comprehensively. Despite the strides made since the onset of the #MeToo movement, Portman acknowledged that much work remains to be done to ensure women feel secure in their professional environments.

In an interview with Marie Claire Australia, the 42-year-old actress reflected on the significance of initiating conversations about workplace safety and fostering awareness. While acknowledging some improvement, she stressed that the journey towards gender equality and workplace safety is ongoing.

Portman also expressed hope for women in the film industry, citing the success of Greta Gerwig’s ‘Barbie’, a summer comedy that garnered nearly $1.5 billion at the box office. She viewed the film’s achievement as a testament to the potential for success with female-led projects, underscoring the importance of financial success in driving industry change.

As a co-owner of the Angel FC women’s team in Los Angeles, along with notable figures like America Ferrera and Jessica Chastain, Portman remains committed to promoting inclusivity and empowerment, both on and off the screen.

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