Gabrielle Union talked to The New York Times about how she's been handling the current wave of sexual assault allegations.
Gabrielle Union first went public in 2014 about being raped as a teen. Now that the #MeToo movement has taken off, she wants to make sure everyone is able to share their story.
Gabrielle Union and Lena Dunham pose together at ELLE's Annual Women in Television Celebration in January.
“It’s no coincidence whose pain is being heard,” the actress said.
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The two talked race in a recent Lenny Letter interview.
"For three years, my body has been a prisoner of trying to get pregnant."