Women are reluctant to talk about sexual harassment in the creative space – Vicky Zugah


Actress Vicky Zugah sheds light on the unspoken challenges faced by women in the creative industry when it comes to sexual harassment.

Zugah emphasizes that women fear speaking out about the harassment they endure from industry gatekeepers, as doing so could lead to professional repercussions such as being blocked from roles.

Zugah points out that the reluctance to address these issues stems from the fear of being blacklisted, particularly for women aspiring to marriage, politics, or public recognition.

The actress shared her perspective during an interview on Accra-based Joy FM, highlighting the need for a more supportive and open environment for women in the entertainment industry.

“If you are a woman who is hoping to get married someday or aspiring to be a politician or a known figure, then you don’t need to say these things on air or expose yourself like this because you will be blacklisted,” she said on Accra-based Joy FM.


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