The past few months have seen a wave of high profile names calling out the mistreatment of women in the entertainment industry, from reports of sexual abuse and harassment to actresses opening up about pressure to film naked scenes.

Sarah Jessica Parker spoke out about the pressure yesterday explaining the reason behind her Sex and the City nudity clause.

‘It’s not a value thing, or like I’m judging anyone else,’ she explained of her preference not to be filmed nude. ‘I think it’s great when women feel comfortable doing it, and that’s their choice.’

Academy award winning actress Jennifer Lawrence also shed some light on the subject, explaining her thoughts on filming nude scenes at the premiere of her upcoming film, Red Sparrow last night.

‘I don’t have the same fear and insecurity in that one specific area that I used to,’ the 27-year-old explained of her relationship with nude scenes. ‘So you know I’m always gonna take on roles for the same reason, you know, the character speaks to me and the director and the story. But I’m no longer gonna let that be a factor in my decision making.’