Actress Rose McGowan delivered an impassioned speech at the Women's Convention in Detroit on Friday, taking aim at President Trump for his now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape as well as Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, whom she has accused of sexual assault. 

"I came to be a voice for all of us who have been told that we are nothing. For all us who have been looked down on. For all of us who have been grabbed by the motherf---ing p----," McGowan told a crowd of 5,000 at the event, which was organized by the Women's March.

"No more. Name it, shame it and call it out. Join me," she continued. 

"P---- grab back. Women grab back. We speak! We yell. We march. We are here. We will not go away. My name is Rose McGowan and I am brave and I am you."

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McGowan was referring to the "Access Hollywood" tape, released roughly a month before the presidential election last year, in which Trump was heard boasting about kissing and fondling women without their consent. 

The actress called on women to speak out against sexual behavior from powerful men, whether they work in Hollywood, journalism or politics. 

"We have thorns. Our thorns carry justice. And our thorns carry consequence. No more will we be shunted to the side. No more will we be hurt. It’s time to be whole. It’s time to rise," she said. 

McGowan was one of several women to accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault in recent weeks. 

Weinstein has since been fired by his own company and the allegations against him are being investigation by U.S. and U.K. authorities. 

This week, political journalist Mark Halperin was also forced to leave his job at NBC News after multiple women accused him of sexual assault, and former President George H.W. Bush has been accused of groping women during past photo ops. 

The accusations have fueled the "Me Too" social media campaign, which encourages women to share their experiences in an effort to shine a light on the issue. 

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