Hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets across the country on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of last year's historic Women's March protesting President Trump's inauguration. "Movie reviewers talked about my budding breasts in reviews", she added. "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".
She said she turned down roles even with kissing scenes, and tried to cultivate an image of being "prudish and serious" in an attempt to feel like her "body was safe and [her] voice would be listened to".
She said: "At 13 years old, the message from our culture was clear to me".
"I'm out here to support fellow women and just make sure that people are understanding the rights that women have, because we do deserve equality in all aspects of our lives", Rucker said. Later, a local radio show run a countdown to her turning 18, making her "legal to sleep with".
Demonstrators from Los Angeles to NY marched in support of female empowerment and denounced Trump's views on women's rights and other issues Saturday, the anniversary of his inauguration. I am so grateful to be a woman, I wouldn't change it for the world.More news: In London, Tillerson goes where Trump wouldn't - to United States embassy
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. And I know that the trauma of those events is still with me today.
Marches in other global cities including in Madrid, Paris and Buenos Aires followed Saturday's events across the United States, while protestors in London braved the sleet and snow to attend.
"When I raise my hand, I am aware of all the women who are still in silence".
Johansson went on to detail some of her experience as a young woman working in Hollywood. People clutched handmade signs that read "Grab 'em by the midterms", "This is my resisting bitch face" and "Voting is the best revenge".