Harvey Weinstein Accusers Rose McGowan, Asia Argento, and Annabella Sciorra Meet Up

And Anthony Bourdain cooked for them.

This weekend, an important meet-up took place between Rose McGowan, Asia Argento, and Annabella Sciorra. The three actors have all accused producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault or rape, and they continue to stand up for people everywhere who have been affected by abuse. McGowan shared a photo on Instagram with the caption, "Magical moments with @asiaargento & @iamannabellasciorra #WomenRise #Survivors #ROSEARMY." McGowan's #ROSEARMY movement continues to be a beacon for all those affected by sexual misconduct who have been silenced.

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Argento also shared the photo, along with the emotive caption, “You are my sister and I love you. May all your dreams come true. I want this for you. They’re gonna come true."

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The widely shared photo was also posted by Annabella Sciorra , who wrote, "Sisters #tribevibe #goodtrouble @rosemcgowan @asiaargento and me in the background."

And chef Anthony Bourdain, who is dating Argento, wrote, "It was an honor to cook for this meeting of the minds."

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Annabella Sciorra also shared a photo of herself alongside Argento, writer Ronan Farrow whose investigation into Weinstein was published by The New Yorker, and actor Rosanna Arquette.

#tribevibe @asiaargento @rosannaarquette @ronanfarrow

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It's clear that the women affected by Weinstein's devastating actions are keen to promote justice, and ensure that abuse is no longer able to happen in Hollywood, or anywhere else for that matter. Hopefully this meet-up is a sign that McGowan, Argento, and Sciorra are planning to work together in the near future, as the world is more than ready for a collaboration between these three women, in whatever form that might take.

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